Web Development

Shadow, a Democratic tech firm, created the app that was supposed to deliver quicker caucus results.
With GCSE and A-Level results fresh in the hands of thousands of young people in the UK this week, it's important for students and their parents to be aware of the wide spectrum of available options. University will rightly continue to be a place for generations to continue their education, but it's naive to think of it as a 'one stop shop' for getting onto the career ladder.
110 developers rocked up to One Canada Square, Canary Wharf recently for the London-leg of the PayPal search to find the best hackers across ten of the world's coolest cities.
Bright garish websites are the rage, with buttons shouting out to be pushed and menus flashing their wares. It's an interesting reminder that beauty is in the eye of the beholder and that good visual design might not be universal, but local.
An application that helps to plan your life, your business commitments and act as a social networking tool, this surely cannot exist! Yet one young Irish web developer is the driving force behind a piece of software that promises to do just that.