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Subscription Fatigue and Software

The growing trend of software companies shifting from one-time purchase models to subscription services is rather disturbing. Wwhile this provides a consistent revenue stream for companies, it burdens consumers with repeated costs and may result in subscription fatigue.

November 26, 2023

Linker: October 27, 2023

As always, there is a lot going on in the world of tech. This week’s “Linker” features experimental updates, new releases and a few tips and tricks.

October 27, 2023

Linker: October 20, 2023

This is the first of a regular series of posts featuring links of interest to developers and nerds.

October 20, 2023

Poll: What operating system is your favorite to use for programming?

The very first poll from Developer’s Notebook asks what your favorite operating system to use while programming.

October 17, 2023

Why I’ve Switched from React to Angular for My Projects

For years, my go-to frontend framework was React, but now I prefer using Angular for my projects. This is why.

October 15, 2023

The Problem of Having Too Many Technologies to Choose From

There are constantly new technologies coming out on the market. While this might seem like a great thing, there are some darker sides to it that no one seems to talk about.

September 27, 2023

Vue.js: Route-Level Code Splitting with a Page Loader

Vue.js makes it easy to implement router-level code splitting. Page loaders are a great way to indicate that your application is loading.

June 18, 2023

It’s Amazing How Little Work Developers Are Allowed to Get Done

Having been employed as a developer in one form or another for the past couple of decades, I can thoroughly relate to what this blogger has written about how little work actually gets done and why.

June 6, 2023

Reducing the Number of WordPress Plugins

One of WordPress’s greatest strengths is its positively huge plugin ecosystem. There are plugins for just about everything you can think of out there. At the same time, however, it is also its Achilles’ heel.

May 29, 2023

Relaunch 2023

Today, I am happy to announce that Developer’s Notebook is being relaunched with lots of exciting stuff on the way!

May 26, 2023

WordPress vs a Custom-Made Website

There are valid reasons for choosing WordPress to power your website, but there are also many good reasons for creating a custom-made website. In this article, we will explore some of them.

September 9, 2020

Why Changing an Interface Too Often Is Bad for Users

Despite what a lot of application developers think, changing a user interface too often is bad for users. It confuses users and generally generates distrust in your product.

September 2, 2020