It's hard to deny that content management systems – the ever-popular CMSs – are becoming the go-to tool for creating websites. They improve the operation of any pages that contain a large amount of information, initially being chiefly used to publish texts on blogs. Now, each type of CMS can be selected according to the customer's needs - from a system for a large corporation to one that will improve the operation of an online store. As this tool not intended for professionals, it usually has a clear administration panel. This is facilitated by the WYSIWYG (What You See Is What You Get) editor, through which the user can directly see the end result.
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Outsourcing software development is not a new idea, but it has undoubtedly become more popular. The benefits of outsourcing used to be seen solely in terms of finances. Budgetary concerns remain a primary reason some firms go this route. However, many companies are discovering additional and vital reasons to look at software outsourcing.
While projects are in the process of being created there are many problems that need to be solved. Time optimization is one of them. There is always a need to load data from one or multiple sources and transform it in some way, be it a file system, database or another system. But sometimes loading data takes a lot of time. Multiple loading of such data is unacceptable. To fix this, caches were created.
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The idea of immutability is widely spread. However, I think it is quite rarely used in real programming among Java developers. In this article, I’m going to explain the benefits of immutable objects.
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