This week we are covering a wide range of topics, including Tinder's Smart Photos, explaining what a browser engine is, online marketing mistakes and how to avoid them, and 3 different tools to create a project manager calendar.
Source: Tinder Tech Blog
Takeaway: A writeup on how Tinder's Smart Photos feature was created. Rather than running a simple a/b test (all options shown equally until the test is over), they add in some multi-armed bandit smarts, which means obviously bad options will be hidden. So if that hat's not doing you any favors, Tinder's got your back.
Tags: #AbTexting, #AbFlexing
Takeaway: Mozilla is great at producing documentation and articles related to web development. In this article the author breaks down, in a very simple format, how a web browser engine works.
Tags: #Browser, #Speed, #Modern
Source: Search Engine Watch
Takeaway: Countless hours of work, possible a big chunk of your marketing budget, and your organization’s website is finally paying a return on investment. Then suddenly, the site, search traffic, or online reputation is gone due to an avoidable blunder. Search Engine Watch highlights four things to keep an eye on to avoid a web-related disaster. I have seen them all, and more, and plan a future blog installment on the subject.
Tags: #Disaster, #BestPractices
Source: Wrike Blog
Takeaway: The article discusses three technology solutions for managing a project calendar, ranging from familiar and inefficient (Excel), to intermediate (Google Calendar), all the way to specific Project Management solutions (Gantt charts, supported by many Project Management tools, including Teamwork).
Finding a way to manage and share the project calendar is critical to efficient collaboration on the project.
Tags: #ProjectManagement, #Teamwork
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