Posts Tagged ‘coding’

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Advancing Diversity in Tech: Perficient Bright Paths Program Expands to Detroit & Lafayette

As the leading digital consultancy with more than 5,000 global colleagues, Perficient is committed to driving STEM education and career growth opportunities, and enhancing the communities in which we live and work. The Perficient Bright Paths Program, specifically, is an initiative designed to serve those who may not have access or opportunity to pursue their […]

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Shine Bright: Celebrating Perficient’s Bright Paths Student Graduation

Bright Paths Program Offers In-Demand Tech Skills to 22 Women in Detroit Today, Perficient is proud to announce the graduation of our first Perficient Bright Paths program and celebrate the 22 women graduating from the class, helping to advance STEM education and career opportunities for underrepresented constituencies and communities. These women have taken their tech […]

Learn More About 3 Tier Support in MSO

Managed service offerings (MSO) is the department in an organization responsible for all application support activities. These support engineers work on various technologies, take care of the numerous support issues, and provide resolutions. Here’s why support analysts are important members of any business. The Role of the Application Support Analyst Support analysts fix the application […]

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Striking a New Chord of Career Success in Consulting

Some people are lucky enough to fall into a career they love and stick to it for their whole lives. However, many of us (myself included) have done complete 180s in search of finding a career we are not only good at, but enjoy. Here at Perficient, I’ve found that a lot of us have […]

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Performance Optimization: Minify HTML in Znode 9.X Ecommerce Framework SDK

Speed is an important aspect of any website’s performance. Currently, there is a need for a solution to improve the upload speed of pages on ecommerce website. To address this, we created an elegant solution using asp.net MVC and C# language implemented (by removing the white space in our generated HTML) on the client of […]

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Using Windows PowerShell to Kick Off a OneStream Data Management Job

Windows PowerShell is a shell scripting language often used in conjunction with Windows Task Scheduler for the automation of tasks and activities. Being able to automate tasks takes one more thing off an end-user’s plate. In this article, we will explore how to use Windows PowerShell to execute a data management job from OneStream. Data […]

Customized Logging using SLF4J / MDC in AEM

Out of the box logging configuration in AEM not cutting it for you? Check out what you can achieve with SLF4j’s MDC patterns.

Less is More: Write Clean Elegant Codes in AEM

A clean, elegant code base goes a long way. It helps developers read and modify the code, sets a good foundation for future development, reduces technical debts and maintenance overhead, makes code easier to unit test, follows best practices, and much more. This still holds true in the Adobe Experience Manager (AEM) world. However, many […]

To Use or Not to Use: px, em, rem or %?

Pixels and rems and ems and percents, oh my. While there are several different methods for coding with font sizes, it all depends on what’s right for your particular project. First Things First Let’s take a closer look at every option: Pixels: font-size: 16px shows as 16 pixels in the browser. Rem: font-size: 1rem shows […]

5 ways learning to code can improve your life

  My first crack at writing computer code came when computers were sofa-sized and the term “web” applied mainly to spiders. At my high school, programming was the alternative elective to woodworking and home economics. It wasn’t popular; throughout my four years there, I could count on my fingers and toes the total number of […]

Happy Hour For Kids?

Are your children participating in the largest learning event in history next week? From December 8-12, many schools will be participating in the Hour of Code during Computer Science Education Week. The idea behind the Hour of Code is to introduce students to computer science and show them how easy coding can be through fun, game-based coding […]

Should Designers Code?

Should designers know how to code? It seems lately I can’t get away from this question. I’ve read countless blog posts and online discussions answering the question in varying levels of detail and with differing opinions. Though not a reliable sampling, anecdotally I’ve noticed that job descriptions for User Experience or Visual Designers lately have almost […]