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  1. Did you know that Adobe added a powerful new feature into Photoshop 2020, and almost no one noticed?! At the time of this recording, it is still not even mentioned in the Adobe page for the new features of Photoshop 2020, and I think it's one of the best and most powerful new features. In this video, I am going to show you how can use Adobe Capture inside of Photoshop to create, Patterns, Vector Graphics, Color Themes, and Gradients from your photos or layers! Let me show you how this new tool works! 📘 INDEX - Adobe Capture Inside Photoshop Libraries 01:28 - Make Patterns with Adobe Capture in Photoshop 03:54 - Make Vector Graphics with Adobe Capture in Photoshop 06:23 - Make Color Themes with Adobe Capture in Photoshop 07:12 - Make Gradients with Adobe Capture in Photoshop 08:01 - Apply a Color Theme as Foreground Color 08:16 - Apply a Gradient, and Make a Gradient Into a Gradient Map. LINKS: Photoshop 2020 New Features ► https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bgiWP...
  2. Adding a new issue type in the workflow to track ad-hoc changes and the cost that comes with it. Change always comes with a cost and we should track the changes that happen outside the normal process flows so we can mitigate and discuss it. #jira #ad-hoc

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      ©Jimi Wikman

      Probably should name it something else than ad-hoc though...

      Arbitrary Change perhaps?


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  3. Diana returns -- and so does Steve Trevor -- in the '80s-set sequel, also starring Kristen Wiig as Cheetah and Pedro Pascal as Maxwell Lord!
  4. Mattias was one of the first people that believed in my potential. He gave me the opportunity to grow beyond my comfort zone to the person I am today. He did this by simply being an amazing leader and an even better person. To say that Mattias is social or that he pretty much know all there is to know about e-commerce is an understatement. Despite his high social competence and his extensive knowledge och technology and e-commerce it pales in comparison to his leadership skills. Mattias is what i call a natural leader. His leadership does not come from books or experience, it is simply a natural part of who he is. He is kind, respectful and always listen if you have something on your chest. Once he makes a decision, even if it's not one that you agree with, you feel that you have been heard and your opinion is respected. No matter if you meet Mattias at a conference, in a board meeting or at the coffee stand you will always meet the real Mattias. He will not play games or pretend in any way of form as he is always honest. That combined with his kind and generous heart that always want what is best for those around him it is not surprising that the company he started became a huge success. Mattias is one of the best leaders I have ever met and he is also one of the most kind and genuine person I know. He is the inspiration and the standard I strive for myself as a leader.
  5. When I worked at H&M as the Jira Process and Method expert Bharath was the onsite representative for the Jira team. It was clear for me from the first time we met that his talent was wasted in his current position. His potential is just amazing with a sharp mind, social skills that are just amazing and a skill set that put most people to shame. To say that I was blessed with his dedication to help me improve all things Jira at H&M would be an understatement. Bharath is hard working, respectful and display kindness and respect in all things he do. He is truly professional with a deep desire to help that makes him an invaluable and much appreciated team member. Bharath has the potential of greatness inside him. I see him shoulder responsibilities in the future where he can guide and help others to equal greatness. He already have the skill and knowledge to be a great developer and his knowledge of the Jira system is amazing as well. Bharath not only earned my respect as a professional, he earned my respect as an individual as the kind, brilliant and amazing person he is. He is very humble so if you ask him he will surely say I was the teacher when we worked together, but the truth is I learned so much from Bharath as well. Not only would I welcome the opportunity to work with Bharath again, I wholeheartedly recommend him to anyone looking for the very best of the best this world has to offer.
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    When working at H&M as the Jira expert I issued Certificates of Excellence to the Gods of Jira team. This one was issued to Bharath Kumar Dhanasekaran for his outstanding work as a Jira expert. "For performing above and beyond Awarded for working in a professional way with exceptional dedication that has been above and beyond just being service minded. It is also awarded for a positive attitude that is appreciated by co-workers and clients alike. Finally it is awarded for being passionate and being active in learning new things in Jira."
  7. lease meet PhpStorm 2019.3 — a major update for the #PHP IDE! See top 20 features of this release in action. Download: https://www.jetbrains.com/phpstorm/wh... 0:11 - PHP 7.4 Support 0:19 - Arrow Functions 0:36 - Numeric Literal Separator 0:48 - Covariant Returns and Contravariant Parameters 1:06 - Nested Ternary Operator 1:26 - Deprecations 1:39 - PSR-12 2:21 - HTTP Client 2:29 - HTTP Client: Editor Toolbar 2:35 - HTTP Client: Run All Requests in File 2:49 - HTTP Client: Folding Requests 3:00 - HTTP Client: Host Completion 3:09 - HTTP Client: Dynamic Variables 3:31 - WSL Support 4:20 - PHPDoc Improvements 4:40 - Context actions for if-else conditions 5:12 - PHP interpreter for run configurations 5:32 - Injectable PHP – highlighting for PHP in Markdown files and Strings 5:58 - Customize $this 6:29 - Sort lines alphabetically 6:46 - Search in selection 7:08 - Other features   Get the full story at https://www.jetbrains.com/phpstorm/wh... and try #PhpStorm 2019.3 for 30 days – free!
  8. As I posted earlier I have been working on a section for people. It has been a fun experience to build this section and now I am ready to add this to the resources section. I have added a handful people that I think is amazing and I will continue doing this of course to present some of the most amazing people I know. Building this section was fun, but also quite educational as to how Pages from Invisioncommunity works. There are a few areas where it was a bit tricky to get the fields to work the way I wanted. For example I wanted the Personality types to be in a list, but I also wanted to link the types to a website where you can read more about them. This turned out to be easier than first expected, but it took some experimenting to figure out. The form for adding new people is still not very pretty, but I have not put any effort into changing that yet. Pages can have custom forms that you can assign to databases so I can make this much better in the future if I want. This is what I love about Pages and all other parts of the Invisioncommunity suite. It is so versatile and there is always new things to learn. So enjoy this new section on the site where I will continuously add amazing people. Some will have interviews and some will not, but you can rest assured that there will be new people added almost weekly. For me it bring in some of the most amazing people to my site and for the people I add I will do my very best to promote them and show the world what I see in them. As I know a lot of people this will be an endless work and I can not possibly add everyone I know due to time constraints. Me not adding you here does not mean I do not think you are amazing, only that time has not allowed me to add you here yet. I will add you as soon as time permits however, so please just be patient. Because you are amazing.
  9. You’ve probably heard that WordPress is open-source software, and may know that it’s created and run by volunteers. WordPress enthusiasts share many examples of how WordPress changed people’s lives for the better. This monthly series shares some of those lesser-known, amazing stories. Meet Jill Binder Jill Binder never meant to become an activist. She insists it was an accident. Despite that, Jill has led the Diversity Outreach Speaker Training working group in the WordPress Community team since 2017. This group is dedicated to increasing the number of women and other underrepresented groups who are stepping up to become speakers at WordPress Meetups, WordCamps, and events. Jill’s back story Internship Jill’s WordPress story begins in 2011, in Vancouver, Canada. Jill secured an internship for her college program, working on a higher education website that was built in WordPress. As a thank you, her practicum advisor bought Jill a ticket to WordCamp Vancouver 2011: Developer’s Edition. After that Jill began freelancing with WordPress as a Solopreneur. First steps in the WordPress community The following year her internship advisor, who had become a client, was creating the first ever BuddyCamp for BuddyPress. He asked Jill to be on his organizing team. At that event she also moderated a panel with Matt Mullenweg. Then, Jill was invited to be on the core organizing team for WordCamp Vancouver. Part of this role meant reviewing and selecting speakers. From 40 speaker applications the team had to pick only 14 to speak. The diversity challenge when selecting speakers For anyone who has organized a conference, you know that speaker selection is hard. Of the 40 applications, 7 were from women, and the lead organizer selected 6 of those to be included in the speaker line up. At this point Jill wasn’t aware that very few women apply to speak at tech conferences and suggested selection should be made on the best fit for the conference. The team shared that not only did they feel the pitches were good and fit the conference, but they also needed to be accepted or the Organizers would be criticized for a lack of diversity. Selecting women for fear of criticism is embarrassing to admit, but that’s how people felt in 2013. By the time the event happened, though, the number of women speakers dropped to 4. And with an additional track being added, the number of speakers overall was up to 28. Only 1 speaker in 7 was a woman (or 14%) and attendees did ask questions and even blogged about the lack of representation. What keeps women from applying? Later that year at WordCamp San Francisco—the biggest WordCamp at the time (before there was a WordCamp US)—Jill took the opportunity to chat with other organizers about her experience. She found out that many organizers had trouble getting enough women to present. Surprisingly Vancouver had a high number of women applicants in comparison to others, and the consensus was more would be accepted if only more would apply. Jill decided that she needed to know why this was happening? Why weren’t there more women applying? She started researching, reading, and talking to people. Though this issue is complex, two things came up over and over: “What would I talk about?” “I’m not an expert on anything. I don’t know enough about anything to give a talk on it.” A first workshop with encouraging results Then Jill had an idea. She brought up the issue at an event and someone suggested that they should get women together in a room and brainstorm speaker topics. So Jill became the lead of a small group creating a workshop in Vancouver. In one of the exercises, participants were invited to brainstorm ideas—this proved that they had literally a hundred topic ideas and the biggest problem then became picking just one! In the first discussion, Jill focussed on: Why it matters that women (added later: diverse groups) are in the front of the room The myths of what it takes to be the speaker at the front of the room (aka beating impostor syndrome) Different presentation formats, especially story-telling Finding and refining a topic Tips to become a better speaker Leveling up by speaking in front of the group throughout the afternoon Vancouver Workshop 2014Leading to workshops across North America and then the world Other cities across North America heard about the workshop and started hosting them, adding their own material. Many women who initially joined her workshop wanted help getting even better at public speaking. So Jill’s team added in some material created from the other cities and a bit more of their own. Such as: Coming up with a great title Writing a pitch that is more likely to get accepted Writing a bio Creating an outline At WordCamp Vancouver 2014—only one year since Jill started—there were 50% women speakers and 3 times the number of women applicants! Not only that, but this WordCamp was a Developer’s Edition, where it’s more challenging to find women developers in general, let alone those who will step up to speak. More work is needed! Impressive as those results were, the reason Jill is so passionate about this work is because of what happened next: Some of the women who attended the workshop stepped up to be leaders in the community and created new content for other women. A handful of others became WordCamp organizers. One year Vancouver had an almost all-female organizing team – 5 out of 6! It also influenced local businesses. One local business owner loved what one of the women speakers said so much that he hired her immediately. She was the first woman developer on the team, and soon after she became the Senior Developer. Diversity touches on many levels Jill has seen time and again what happens when different people speak at the front of the room. More people feel welcome in the community. The speakers and the new community members bring new ideas and new passions that help to make the technology we are creating more inclusive. And together we generate new ideas that benefit everyone. This workshop was so successful, with typical results of 40-60% women speakers at WordCamps, that the WordPress Global Community Team asked Jill to promote it and train it for women and all diverse groups around the world. In late 2017, Jill started leading the Diverse Speaker Training group (#wpdiversity). Dozens of community members across the world have now been trained to lead the workshop. With now dozens of workshops worldwide, for WordPress and other open source software projects as well, there is an increase in speaker diversity. WordCamp US 2019As a result of the success, Jill is now sponsored to continue the program. She’s proud of how the diversity represented on the stage adds value not only to the brand but also in the long-term will lead to the creation of a better product. She’s inspired by seeing the communities change as a result of the new voices and new ideas at the WordPress events. Resources: The Workshop: http://diversespeakers.info/ More information: https://tiny.cc/wpdiversity How to build a diverse speaker roster Diversity Outreach Speaker Training Team Contributors Alison Rothwell (@wpfiddlybits), Yvette Sonneveld (@yvettesonneveld), Josepha Haden (@chanthaboune), Topher DeRosia (@topher1kenobe) This post is based on an article originally published on HeroPress.com, a community initiative created by Topher DeRosia. HeroPress highlights people in the WordPress community who have overcome barriers and whose stories would otherwise go unheard. Meet more WordPress community members over at HeroPress.com! View the full article
  10. Check out the official Mulan Trailer starring Yifei Liu! Let us know what you think in the comments below.
  11. Hello there! This time we're even happier than usual while singing this classic by Rammstein. Hope you guys enjoy the funky brassy vibe on this one and hope german people forgive the pronunciation! Cool things coming soo
  12. Mauro is the best architect I have ever worked with. Period. Working with Mauro is a pleasure because you can always depend on him to be there to support you and the team. He is skilled like no other, especially when it comes to the Intershop platform that he know like the inside of his palm. Mauro will always listen to everyone and he will argue his point with respect and compassion. He will never loose his temper and he will always break things down to find the best possible solution. Mauro will always work hard and he have a talent for teaching others that goes beyond just having a ton of skill and experience. It comes from passion for his craft and for a deep understanding and respect for others that makes him the best at what he does. Working with Mauro was one of the best periods of my professional life and I would jump at the opportunity to work with him again. Mauro is the best architect I have ever worked with. Period.
  13. I have worked with Ornamo on several projects and I feel that he grow every day. Not only is Ornamo working hard without ever complaining over long work hours or overtime, he also absorb every bit of knowledge like a sponge. He is not afraid to take responsibility and step up when needed, but he always do so with great respect and a humble approach. Ornamo is the perfect team player that is never afraid to speak up when he see something he think can be improved, yet never do so in an offensive or disrespectful way. He will listen and provide his own point of view in a way that is respectful, yet firm. If the project need extra effort Ornamo is always there to go the extra distance and he will do so with a smile and positive attitude, even if he is dead tired. Ornamo has a great skill set already and he is continuously pushing himself do learn more things and improve himself. In many ways Ornamo is already one of the keystones in our company, even though he is still young. I foresee a great future for Ornamo and every project we work together on I consider myself lucky to have such a great co-worker by my side. I know I can always rely on Ornamo that he will not only do awesome work, but also that he will challenge and offer alternatives so every project will have the best possible outcome.
  14. I have had the great pleasure of working with Marko on several projects and I am always impressed with his technical abilities as well as his professional attitude. Marko have a great sense of humor and when working with him a smile is never far off, but he also have a great work ethic which means that he will always keep a professional attitude and work harder than most. Marko's technical knowledge is without par and he combine that knowledge with the ability to explain the advanced technical aspects of whatever system he is currently working on in such way that your own technical expertise does not matter. He will simply explain it to you in ways you understand. In a workplace with a multitude of the finest people you can ever work with, Marko still shine like a beacon of knowledge, skill and a good laughter when needed. I simply cannot give Marko enough praise because he is an outstanding co-worker and an amazing human being with a big heart and good spirit.
  15. We're kicking of 2020 with a huge update to Sketch for Teams — Developer Handoff. Soon anyone in your team will be able to inspect layers in your documents right inside the browser, making it possible to go from design to development in just a few clicks. And that's not all…in 2020, we’ll also be introducing Assistant (a new way to automatically check your design files), improving Prototyping and, of course, Coediting. We hope you’re as excited as we are about what’s in store. And don’t worry, this is just the start of what we’ve got planned. We can’t wait to share more details with you soon.
  16. Every year Pantone present a color to represent humanity’s hopes and aspirations for the coming year. Each year it stir some controversy, like last years Living Coral (PANTONE 16-1546) that caused quite the stir. This year the Pantone selected is the Classic Blue (PANTONE 19-4052). "Instilling calm, confidence, and connection, this enduring blue hue highlights our desire for a dependable and stable foundation on which to build as we cross the threshold into a new era." To me this feels like a "safe" color after last years debate about the coral reef and the Living Coral (PANTONE 16-1546) choice. Still it will be debated and argued heavily as always I suspect. Personally I think it's a good choice. It's calm, solid and as I said, safe. Not a bad choice in a day and age where chaos seem to reign unchecked... What do you think? Is it a good choice?
  17. Starring Willem Dafoe and Julianne Nicholson, Togo is the untold true story set in the winter of 1925 that treks across the treacherous terrain of the Alaskan tundra for an exhilarating and uplifting adventure that will test the strength, courage and determination of one man, Leonhard Seppala, and his lead sled dog, Togo. The poignant and emotional adventure debuts on Disney+ on Dec. 20, 2019. When a deadly epidemic strikes the town of Nome, Alaska, and the only cure is more than 600 miles away, the town looks to champion dogsled trainer Leonhard Seppala (Willem Dafoe) to help transport an antitoxin serum. Seppala turns to Togo, an unassuming, undersized and aging Siberian husky, to be his lead. His wife (Julianne Nicholson) has championed Togo since his days as a mischievous puppy who could dig himself out of any situation-literally and figuratively-and Seppala, having observed Togo's loyalty and tenacious spirit, knows Togo offers his only chance of surviving this mission. Undaunted by the massive storm heading their way or his wife's urging him not to go, Seppala and Togo set out on the deadliest leg of what becomes a larger relay involving multiple mushers and gale-force winds and a wind chill factor dipping to 70 degrees below zero with little to no visibility. It is a harrowing journey on which Togo saves Seppala from certain death, causing the veteran musher to grasp the depth and intensity of his feelings for his lead dog, even as he risks running him to his death. They complete the task in time with Togo going down in history as one of the greatest sled dogs ever, but it is this unbreakable bond between man and dog which is the ultimate prize-and which truly saves Seppala. An untold true story starring four-time Oscar nominee Willem Dafoe as Leonhard Seppala, Togo is directed by Ericson Core and written by Tom Flynn and produced by Kim Zubick, with Douglas S. Jones serving as executive producer. The film also stars Christopher Heyerdahl, Richard Dormer, Michael Greyeyes, Michael McElhatton and Michael Gaston
  18. Have you seen the latest furniture creations worldwide? Innovative furniture creations | space saving ideas Here is our list of 20 furniture creations made with a lightning strike of genius. 💡 00:17 ➤➤ 20 Spyndi http://spyndi.com 💡 01:17 ➤➤ 19 Cay Sofa http://alexanderrehn.com 💡 02:11 ➤➤ 18 The Emperor https://www.mwelab.com 💡 02:54 ➤➤ 17 Elysium Chair http://www.davidhugh.com/en 💡 03:39 ➤➤ 16 Somadome Meditation Pod https://somadome.com 💡 04:17 ➤➤ 15 HiCan Smart Bed http://hi-can.com 💡 05:06 ➤➤ 14 Earthquake-proof Bed https://www.pamono.com 💡 05:51 ➤➤ 13 Swing Table by Duffy London https://duffylondon.com/product/table… 💡 06:25 ➤➤ 12 Pong Table by Table Pong Project http://tablepongproject.com/ 💡 07:00 ➤➤ 11 French Fry Easy Chair by Manet http://www.maneteasychair.com 💡 07:40 ➤➤ 10 Wearable Chair http://www.noonee.com/ 💡 08:11 ➤➤ 09 The Couch Bunker by Heracles Research http://bedgunsafe.com/bedbunkers/couc… 💡 08:42 ➤➤ 08 The Planet Chair by MZPA https://mzpa.co/the-planet 💡 09:20 ➤➤ 07 The Walking Table by Wouter Scheublin http://www.scheublinlindeman.com/walk… 💡 09:56 ➤➤ 06 Bodice Rocker by Splinter Works http://www.splinterworks.co.uk/ 💡 10:23 ➤➤ 05 Terra Growing Furniture by Studio Neucleo http://nucleo.to/ 💡 11:10 ➤➤ 04 Nucleus Arcade Table by Surface Tension http://surface-tension.net/product/nu… 💡 11:57 ➤➤ 03 Hoesch Water Lounge by NOA http://www.hoesch-design.com/product/... 💡 12:26 ➤➤ 02 Klemens Torggler Evolution Door http://www.torggler.co.at/ 💡 13:00 ➤➤ 01 Shadow Chair by Duffy London https://duffylondon.com/product/archi…
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  20. At least there is almost 3 weeks until next Iron Banner....
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