There you sit, behind your desk, with the four walls of your office seeming to keep creeping in with each passing day. You wait by your landline attentively waiting for your conference call, trying to keep out the feelings of isolation and claustrophobia. It is understandable that you might feel alone—the CDC reports that by the end of 2016, the majority of U.S. households had transitioned to cellphone-only homes.
The ingenious cooks in the kitchen at Zang have done it again, fellow fanatics of all things hard-shelled and smothered in salsa. That’s right—it’s time for another rendition of TaCode Tuesday, delivered just in time to satiate your ever-persistent appetite.
Welcome back, taco lovers, for another delicious edition of TaCode Tuesday. We know Monday was rough, and Friday is still so far away, so we’re here to set your mind at ease the only way we know how—by plating up another sizzling serving of code for all you hungry developers out there.
Several days before Halloween, the email comes in. It’s from your boss, addressed to your whole department. To your fright, your team has been selected to plan the upcoming Halloween party. You’ll need decorations, a healthy smattering of candy selections and of course, a proper guideline for the company’s costume contest.
The Internet of Things is seeping into just about every type of business today, but in the automotive industry, connected technology integration is accelerating faster than a Ferrari on Route 66. According to a 2017 Research and Markets report, the connected car market is poised to grow at a CAGR of 35.54 percent from 2017 through 2022.