Month: March 2022

We heart this: Behind in-meeting emoji in MeetWe heart this: Behind in-meeting emoji in MeetContributor

Carolien Postma is used to testing and retesting (and retesting) new features. She’s a user experience (UX) researcher at Google, a role she describes as “making sure that whatever we build and create, that it

Verifica los hechos con estas funciones de GoogleVerifica los hechos con estas funciones de GoogleProduct Manager

En estos días, se siente como si la información viniera hacia nosotros desde todas las direcciones. Es probable que te haya pasado antes: escuchaste brevemente una transmisión de noticias, te encontraste con un meme viral

Check the facts with these Google featuresCheck the facts with these Google featuresProduct Manager

These days, it can feel like information is coming at us from every direction. It’s probably happened to you before: You caught a few minutes of a news broadcast, came across a viral meme or

How to Migrate a Database in PHP Using Phinx

Building modern web applications usually involves a lot of data. Managing these data (databases) during development and production can be a lot. This is especially tru if there’s more than one developer, and multiple environments

How to Migrate a Database in PHP Using Phinx

Building modern web applications usually involves a lot of data. Managing these data (databases) during development and production can be a lot. This is especially tru if there’s more than one developer, and multiple environments

Celebrating 10 years of Google IndonesiaCelebrating 10 years of Google IndonesiaManaging Director

When we opened the Google Indonesia office back in 2012, we had a clear vision: to develop products and programs that were specifically helpful for Indonesians. Looking back, it’s been incredible to see the momentum

Solid Principles – Single Responsibility Principle and Object-Oriented Design Basics

The SOLID design principles help us create maintainable, reusable, and flexible software designs. Each letter in the acronym SOLID stands for a specific principle. Here is what each letter in the acronym stands for: S:

In Warsaw: Announcing more support for UkraineIn Warsaw: Announcing more support for UkraineCEO of Google and Alphabet

Today I am in Warsaw, Poland, a city that’s become a symbol of safety and hope for so many Ukrainians fleeing the war. In my mind, the shared collective history of Central and Eastern Europe

freeCodeCamp.org

HTML has different tags, some of which have semantic meanings. A basic boilerplate for an HTML file looks like this: <!DOCTYPE html> <html lang=”en”> <head> <meta charset=”UTF-8″> <meta name=”viewport” content=”width=device-width, initial-scale=1.0″> <meta http-equiv=”X-UA-Compatible” content=”ie=edge”> <title>My

Empathy and trust: How 3 women influence Google productsEmpathy and trust: How 3 women influence Google productsKeyword Contributor

What do you love most about building at Google? Few companies in the world have the level of impact that Google does. When I tell people I work on Google Maps, they tell me how