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Create a better user experience with quality testing. #CompuBrain #Business #Technology #Innovations #WebsiteTesting #QualityTesting #Ahmedabad #WebsiteDesigning #UI #UX #India #Gujarat

Create a better user experience with quality testing. #CompuBrain #Business #Technology #Innovations #WebsiteTesting #QualityTesting #Ahmedabad #WebsiteDesigning #UI #UX #India #Gujarat

Create a better user experience with quality testing. #CompuBrain #Business #Technology #Innovations #WebsiteTesting #QualityTesting #Ahmedabad #WebsiteDesigning #UI #UX #India #Gujarat

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#UX design refers to user experience design, while #UI design stands for user interface design. Both of these are crucial to an IT product and need to work closely together. #Business #Technology #Innovations #CompuBrain

#UX design refers to user experience design, while #UI design stands for user interface design. Both of these are crucial to an IT product and need to work closely together. #Business #Technology #Innovations #CompuBrain

#UX design refers to user experience design, while #UI design stands for user interface design. Both of these are crucial to an IT product and need to work closely together. #Business #Technology #Innovations #CompuBrain

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BMW Cruise Bike Relatively new to the road, the aesthetically enchanting BMW Cruise Bike has just been introduced to its big brother– the BMW Cruise Electric Bike. Rumors have flowed from this German automaker’s luxury garage that only 1000 units of these e-bikes shall hit the road of Germany, and that also at a price tag of around 2,599 Euros (that’s around US $3360…expensive of course but that’s a BMW, after all!).

BMW Cruise Bike Relatively new to the road, the aesthetically enchanting BMW Cruise Bike has just been introduced to its big brother– the BMW Cruise Electric Bike. Rumors have flowed from this German automaker’s luxury garage that only 1000 units of these e-bikes shall hit the road of Germany, and that also at a price tag of around 2,599 Euros (that’s around US $3360…expensive of course but that’s a BMW, after all!).

BMW Cruise Bike Relatively new to the road, the aesthetically enchanting BMW Cruise Bike has just been introduced to its big brother– the BMW Cruise Electric Bike. Rumors have flowed from this German automaker’s luxury garage that only 1000 units of these e-bikes shall hit the road of Germany, and that also at a price tag of around 2,599 Euros (that’s around US $3360…expensive of course but that’s a BMW, after all!).

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:: The second that almost brought down the Internet :: The weekend was pretty disastrous for websites around the Internet. First, storms in United States knocked out power in Amazon's data centres, and with it, around 1% of American websites. This included popular websites like Foursquare, Instagram, Pinterest and Netflix. (See: Instagram, Pinterest suffer extended outages after US storms) Then, just as websites were hobbling back to life, the "leap second" bug struck. Timekeepers had announced plans to add an extra second to June 30, to compensate for Earth's movement around the Sun. This "leap second" is added to the International Atomic Time (TAI) to ensure that Earth's clocks stay in-sync with "solar-time". Many computers use Network Time Protocol (NTP) to keep their clocks synchronised with the International Atomic Time. When the atomic time keepers added a second at 23:59:59 on Saturday, just like they said they would, all hell broke lose. Servers, especially those running on some versions of Java and Linux, choked on the "leap second", bringing down with them some of the most popular websites in the world.

:: The second that almost brought down the Internet :: The weekend was pretty disastrous for websites around the Internet. First, storms in United States knocked out power in Amazon's data centres, and with it, around 1% of American websites. This included popular websites like Foursquare, Instagram, Pinterest and Netflix. (See: Instagram, Pinterest suffer extended outages after US storms) Then, just as websites were hobbling back to life, the "leap second" bug struck. Timekeepers had announced plans to add an extra second to June 30, to compensate for Earth's movement around the Sun. This "leap second" is added to the International Atomic Time (TAI) to ensure that Earth's clocks stay in-sync with "solar-time". Many computers use Network Time Protocol (NTP) to keep their clocks synchronised with the International Atomic Time. When the atomic time keepers added a second at 23:59:59 on Saturday, just like they said they would, all hell broke lose. Servers, especially those running on some versions of Java and Linux, choked on the "leap second", bringing down with them some of the most popular websites in the world.

:: The second that almost brought down the Internet :: The weekend was pretty disastrous for websites around the Internet. First, storms in United States knocked out power in Amazon's data centres, and with it, around 1% of American websites. This included popular websites like Foursquare, Instagram, Pinterest and Netflix. (See: Instagram, Pinterest suffer extended outages after US storms) Then, just as websites were hobbling back to life, the "leap second" bug struck. Timekeepers had announced plans to add an extra second to June 30, to compensate for Earth's movement around the Sun. This "leap second" is added to the International Atomic Time (TAI) to ensure that Earth's clocks stay in-sync with "solar-time". Many computers use Network Time Protocol (NTP) to keep their clocks synchronised with the International Atomic Time. When the atomic time keepers added a second at 23:59:59 on Saturday, just like they said they would, all hell broke lose. Servers, especially those running on some versions of Java and Linux, choked on the "leap second", bringing down with them some of the most popular websites in the world.

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