This past weekend, my ever-dependable Synology unit fell silent. Rather than a simple power down, it seems like a more substantial hardware failure has occurred. Although the power adaptor appears functional, no amount of coaxing can revive the unit.
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In recent years, the world has witnessed an unprecedented shift in the way we work. Technology and necessity, fueled by the COVID-19 pandemic, have opened doors to new possibilities that have fundamentally altered our perception of the traditional office environment. Today, we stand at the crossroads of change, weighing the benefits and challenges of remote work versus office work.
In the current era, when the boundaries between our personal and professional lives are increasingly blurred, achieving a healthy work-life balance seems more like a distant dream than an attainable goal. Remote work, a trend… Read More »Balancing Act: Achieving a Healthy Work-Life Balance in the Age of Remote Work
In an age where technology is ceaselessly permeating every aspect of our lives, artificial intelligence (AI) has evolved from being a mere science fiction concept into a transformative force across myriad industries.
In the realm of product development, there’s a nefarious phenomenon that can derail even the best-laid plans: feature creep. It’s a term that sends shivers down the spines of developers and project managers alike. But what exactly is feature creep, and why does it carry such dreaded implications?
Music production has come a long way over the past few decades, transforming from a craft necessitating expensive hardware and a physical studio space to one that can be executed within the confines of a personal computer.
Remote collaboration with your team it is not without its challenges, particularly when it comes to nurturing team culture, brainstorming sessions, mentorship, and the overall development of team members.
I set myself the target of completing one project per month. The intention when I set this target was to work on small achievable projects that I could complete in a month, for the entire year. Time flies when you’re having fun. Here is my March update for everything I’m currently working on.
On April 23rd, the UK government is set to test a new “emergency alerts” notification system that will send an emergency warning test message to every mobile phone user in the country. While the system… Read More »UK Government Testing New Emergency Alerts System
The rise of e-commerce has transformed the way people shop and do business. With the advent of the internet and the proliferation of mobile devices, consumers can now shop for goods and services from anywhere, at any time.