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Python stands among the most dynamic and robust programming languages being used on the internet on these days. The reason for its success is its focus on code readability, and due to its syntax, and implementation methods, the coders and programmers have to write significantly less as compared to C++ and Java.

Another plus point is that memory management doesn’t need any manual work in this language and wide numbers of libraries are available for programming. Once you complete a course in Python, you can certainly land a job in various influencing It companies.

This language supports a number of styles such as the functional programming, object-oriented styles and imperative styles. If this isn’t enough to convince you, below are 5 Reasons to learn Python.

1. It is easy to learn

 This language is created by keeping a newcomer in mind. The completition of tasks therefore requires less code as compared to other languages. The codes are comparatively 5 times shorter than Java and around 10 times in comparison to C++. They are also easily readable.

It requires a bit of knowledge to reach to a level when newbies can learn straight from looking at the code.

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As a designer who has gone as far to set up Linux servers and program back-end, I see no question that understanding ‘the basics’ of coding would benefit any designer. The question really is, how much coding should designers learn? At what point might designers be wasting their time, or really stepping over the line into the territory of developers?

In order to provide some insight into the potential benefits of learning to code, I’ve broken the different levels of coding knowledge down into degrees of usefulness. 

Step 1: Know the basics of HTML and CSS

Any designer would greatly benefit from knowing the foundations of HTML and CSS and would be surprised by how easy it can be. Stop being lazy and just learn this, it will make you a better designer, guaranteed.

When is front-end just coding, not programming?

Is front-end coding? Yes! Is it programming? Only after a certain point.

HTML and CSS don’t involve programming logics. You can see that in HTML - HyperText Markup Language the letter M stands for Markup, what means that it’s nothing more than a coded structure of the page/screen elements. It works like a puzzle, but it doesn’t require a lot of mathematical thinking.

In laymen’s terms, HTML is an architectural map that tells the browser what to display. The HTML map will influence how search engine crawlers will interpret the site. So, the concern here is to make sure the code is very well structured and that those systems can understand it and rank it well.

CSS, or Cascading Style Sheets, is the code that tells the browser how to display things. Metaphorically, if HTML is the skeleton of a page or screen, CSS would be the skin and eyes colors, hairstyle, body shape, limbs sizes, etc. The language has a very simple code structure that determines typography, colors, positions and dimensions. The concern with HTML is to keep it very organized for maintenance and optimized for good performance.

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I look for similar things that other early stage investors look for : an idea that leverages some tech changes that will create a huge opportunity; some unique insight that is durable and defensible; and a cofounding team that I believe can execute.

One thing that I particularly focus on is the co-founders –who are they? What makes them tick? Are they in it opportunistically or do they want to build something substantial for the long term? Do they have what it takes to go the distance? How committed are they? I want to know what adversity they have faced and how they responded. Building a startup has a romantic reputation but the reality is that it’s incredibly hard, full of setbacks and failures. How do the founders react to failure? What have they learned from failure? Did they let success in the past go to their heads? I look for a CEO who has conviction but still can be open minded and is continually getting new information, opinions and data to assess and adjust if needed? It’s a very delicate balance.

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  • Emphasizes function over form : When a user visits a website, she usually wants to obtain information or perform a task. The more difficult your site is to browse, the more likely the user is to move to another site with better browsing. 

Animations and blinking bits come and go, but what remain are sites that have basic information presented in a professional, easily accessible manner. Using the latest cool animation software or web technology makes me think of the days of the HTML <BLINK> tag. The <BLINK> tag, for those who never saw it in action, caused the text within it to disappear and reappear on the screen. Nearly all web developers seem to hate the <BLINK> tag and what it does to a webpage. Those same developers would be wise to keep in mind that today’s exciting feature or special effect on a webpage will be tomorrow’s <BLINK> tag. Successful websites stick to the basics and use these types of bits only when the content requires them.

Use elements like a site map, alt tags, and simple navigation tools, and don’t require special software or plug-ins for viewing the site’s main content. Too often, I visit a website only to be stopped because I need a plug-in or the latest version of this or that player (which I don’t have) to browse it.
Although site maps, alt tags, and simple navigation might seem quaint, they are indispensable items for accessibility. Text readers and other such technologies that enable sites to be read aloud or browsed by individuals with disabilities use these assistive features and frequently have problems with complex JavaScript. 

  • Follows standards: Web standards exist to be followed, so ignore them at your own peril. Using a correct DOCTYPE declaration and well-formed HTML helps ensure that your site will display correctly to your visitors. Validation using the W3C’s Markup Validator tool is highly recommended. If your site is broken, fix it!

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An Open Source platform based on PHP, Zencart is at the behind today’s highly interactive and attractive e-commerce websites. Known for its flexibility, it is freely accessible under the GNU which has greatly enhanced its popularity around the world. This article looks at the reasons why Zencart is the perfect platform for today’s businesses that look to take their stores online

1. Zencart makes it really easy to install and manage components from the backend. The administrator section, for example, is designed in such a way that even persons new to the internet would be able to use and navigate. The fact that it offers multi lingual support makes it attractive too.

2. Another advantage of Zencart is its support of multiple currencies and integration of different payment gateways. This has greatly enhanced the global acceptability of Zencart as a ecommerce platform of choice.

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