Trump Casinos: The Art of the Reels #Infographic #Trump #Casino

Donald Trump’s casino empire once dominated the gambling landscape of Atlantic City. In a period stretching across four decades, Trump operated a total of six casinos throughout the US and led his gaming businesses into bankruptcy five times. In January 2017, he was inaugurated as the 45th President of the United States.

Follow his journey from the boardwalk to bankruptcy, in our brand new infographic. Explore all six of Trump’s US casinos, chart his bankruptcies on a complete timeline, read real quotes about how much money he made and learn about East Coast licensing laws.

Using over 50 trusted sources (no fake news), including the New York Times, Washington Post, Wall Street Journal and original license documents, the infographic traces and tracks Trump’s exploits in Atlantic City and beyond. Was his use of US bankruptcy law unfair or ingenious, and was the Taj Mahal doomed from the start? Decide for yourself below.

An infographic by Online Bingo.

What is DevOps and how does it help organizations? #Infographic #DevOps

There is a lot of confusion on what DevOps actually is. Many consider it as a gradual change in processes while other consider it as a change in methodologies or IT tools. To us, it is nothing but an organized cultural transformation that every business must adopt to become a high performing company.

DevOps is a term that collated two emerging trends. One is the adoption of agile or lean approaches for development and delivery. Companies have adopted “agile operations” at their core to ensure continuous and flawless development. However, the pressure to deliver products on a continuous basis gave rise to another trend that mixes development with operations. This is what DevOps is. We can see that DevOps is just a way in which companies need to operate.

Given the pressure to deliver high-quality code faster with less time available for quality assurance, DevOps attempts to streamline the process and set guidelines on how different teams should interact with each other and ensures a right quality product is delivered on right times. This speaks of how DevOps is a cultural change, however without support from appropriate tools and technologies it is just a vague concept. To make life easier, I have summarized the life cycle of DevOps in the form of an infographic.

An infographic by Cygnet Infotech.

European Developers’ salaries in 2016 #Infographic #SoftwareDevelopment

Nowadays, the profession of a developer is considered to be listed among the best-paid jobs. Many young people chose this subject at college and got their degrees. Moreover, more and more people would like to shift their current job to software engineering. And there is nothing strange about that. Just look at the numbers we have gathered for you in an infographic, which sums up the state of software development in the last year.

The survey, which was done by O’Reilly team, shows that most used technologies were Javascript, Python, HTML, CSS, Java and Bash. At the same time, Java alongside PHP and C/C++, were still used by developers, however not so frequently as before. At the same time, StackOverflow website provides us with the information that the top paid technologies last year were F#, Dart, Spark, Hadoop, Clojure, Cassandra, Scala, Redis, Go, Salesforce, Cloud (AWS, Azure, GAE, etc.).

According to statistics, the top industries (where the programmers earned the highest salaries) were software development and IT consulting. And, at the same time, the largest number of companies on the market is around 20 or more years old. The respondents who took part in the survey are in their thirties and forties and have more than five years of experience in their job.

If you are a developer, you can get the highest salary in Japan, Switzerland and the USA. At the same time, your salary will be higher if you are located in Northern and Western Europe than in the Eastern side. You can have even more money if you are fond of cloud-related technologies and use such languages as Swift, Scala, Go or Python.

An infographic by Adoriasoft.

Must have features for your business website #Infographic #WebDevelopment

Small businessmen know the importance of a great website to compete in the market. Some people find it difficult, so they hire web development companies.

If they even start creating a website for their business, they think that they are only making a website which shows information about their business but that’s not all the things which are required to attract potential customers.

Mostly business owners create a business card instead of an effective website, which results having less potential customers. While making a great site, one should keep things in mind that your website content, quality and links on your website should be quality content. Quantity is also important but with quality.

If your prospect is searching for your product, then he will use Google or any other search engines to meet his requirements but, he will have a list of companies who are making/offering the same product/service which you also are. So you should keep this in mind that what your customers want at the very moment; otherwise, you will be the second option or last option.

Your website design should be so pleasant that it looks good to the eyes. That means if your site is well designed but things are really messy and difficult to find out then you will lose your customer. For this reason, an infographic “55 Features Every Small Business Website Must Have” is made by Mywebprogrammer.com it will help you out for not making those mistakes which will make your customers go away.

Here are 55 features that you need to consider for your small business website.

An infographic by My Web Programmer.

13 Easy Strategies for Keeping Your Customers Loyal for Life #Infographic #CustomerLoyalty

Winning a new customer might be a challenge for a company, but getting that client to become loyal so he or she becomes profitable for a long period of time is even more complicated. But don’t you worry, Quality Driven Software offers several easy strategies for helping you achieve this goal.

First of all, you should keep in mind that the customer is (almost) always right, and that a happy and satisfied customer is beneficial for your business. Therefore, you can’t take them for granted, you need to show them that you care and that you value their feedback. In other words, you must develop a personal relationship with each of them. Moreover, if your customers feel indifference, as discovered in a recent study, 68% will leave your company.

Implementing the recommended strategies in the infographic below and a basic CRM (Customer Relationship Management) approach will help you maintain your clients loyal for life. Consequently, your business will be more successful and your profits will increase.

An infographic by Quality Driven Software.