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How to Hire Remote Nearshore Developers in Argentina

How to Hire Remote Nearshore Developers in Argentina Argentina, the land of dulce de leche, beautiful tangos, and outstanding football players, such as the one and only Lionel Messi. This South American country is famous for a variety of things, but the excellence of its software developers sometimes goes unnoticed. Argentina is also a top nearshore outsourcing destination! Now that nearshoring has become an increasingly popular option for US tech companies, we wanted to share all you need to

What's New In eCommerce Trends For 2022

Every sales manager, marketing director, or business strategist knows eCommerce stores are a never-ending project. These days online retail sites need to be updated at least every year, especially with the recent industry changes. The COVID-19 pandemic accelerated the mainstream use of online retail and helped to position several eCommerce stores within the market. This brought drastic changes to the once usual customer habits and eCommerce global trends. That’s why you need to keep an eye on th

What is the Cost of building SaaS? | Next Idea Tech

The global SaaS market has experienced tremendous growth during the last couple of years. As of 2022, the software as a service industry has a value of over $170 billion and increased its size by approximately 500% over the past seven years. This shows the tremendous business potential and cost of building SaaS, and why many companies decide to venture into this industry to generate or increase their revenue. Now, while a SaaS application can help bring in a sizeable income, there’s also a con

10 Last-Minute Halloween Costume Ideas From Stuff You Already Own

So who else has a Halloween party coming up and is completely unprepared? This time of the year is quite harsh on everyone’s schedules and it’s normal to have no clue what to wear for Halloween. Especially when we didn’t really celebrate Halloween the traditional way during 2020. Yet this year the festivities are back! In 2021, 82% of US households with kids are planning to celebrate Halloween. That’s why last-minute Halloween costume ideas are life-saving for all busy women with multiple party

Why Thrift Shopping Is The Best Way To Update Your Wardrobe

Have you ever heard of thrift shopping? I bet you have. Thrift shopping is an amazing way to shop where you buy bold and quality second-hand clothes at a cost-effective price. Not only this, but you are also doing a good deed in the process. You are buying affordable, you are buying sustainable, and you are helping your community. Picture the following scenario: a new season is coming, right now could be winter or summer depending on where you are located, and you feel as if you have nothing to

How to live a greener life: 10 eco-friendly choices

Stabilising our environment so we can combat climate change has been a pressing issue for years now. Some parts of our everyday life are increasingly contributing to the degradation of our planet and it has been proven that it is not sustainable to carry on this way. Do you want to know how to begin a greener life? Why should you transition into a greener way of living? The United in Science 2020 report by the World Meteorological Organization shows that not even the extended Covid-19 induced

5 creative ways you can satisfy the urge to travel even if you're stuck at home

I don’t know about you, but all I seem to be able to do recently is to plan imaginary trips in my head. Is anybody else on the same page? If you’re longing to travel whilst stuck at home, there are a few things you can do to satisfy that wanderlust craving. • None Ultimate Tools for Planning Your Next Travel Trip As we all know, travel has been limited for quite a long time now, sadly. Now, no matter how much of a downer that can be, we have to be able to do something to feel at least a tad bet

10 Nonfiction Books Every Woman Stepping Into Adulthood Should Read

Adulthood is not the easiest of stages to step into. Lots of new responsibilities, a greater sense of freedom, and a thousand unanswered questions. But there is no need for it to be a constant struggle, not at all. Sometimes all you need is a piece of grounding advice or a couple of inspiring words to get you going down the right path. This is where non-fiction books become incredibly handy. There is something about written words that simply gives us a nudge forward, that bit of encouragement n

The importance of holiday cheer

The twinkle lights, stunning decor, delicious food, joyful songs, family reunions, and the additional drive to give and receive. Those are all nice things that encompass the holidays, right? But why do we look forward to them so much? Holiday cheer is the answer. What even is holiday cheer in the first place? Holiday cheer is the commonly used term to refer to the lightness of spirit, joy, or happiness that one feels around Christmas and New Year’s Eve. For example, how does this picture make

The three strands of perfectionism: their alarming impact on your life

Perfectionism is not a concept you’re unfamiliar with. It’s not a foreign notion to most of us. The requirement, the need, to be perfect. That’s what it means to be a perfectionist. It is an impossible goal to aim towards, yet some even think of it as a positive trait to endorse on themselves. Sure, striving for perfection and ending up with something that’s great doesn’t sound too bad. For some, it might even be an effective method

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Highlights Of The Formula 1 2020 Season And What To Expect For 2021

Taking COVID-19 into consideration, it’s crazy to be writing about the Formula 1 2020 season’s highlights. It certainly wasn’t easy to pull off, but somehow we were delighted with a 2020 World Championship. And what a Championship it was! There were many impressive moments during the Formula 1 2020 season: unexpected wins, heart-wrenching setbacks, and a total of 17 races that kept us on our toes. Now, let’s see what are the highlights of this year’s season. • 20 Major News Stories From Around

Chill Out & Cheer Up: An Interview with Grace Grossmann

The world can be hectic; these past months have been the ultimate proof of it. If you are feeling anxious, if you are constantly worried, if you are going through a rough patch, it is okay to feel that way. Still, we all want to be able to move forward, right? Well, here is the good news: today there is a new book out there that can help you heal. Chill Out & Cheer Up is a ten-step guide to maintaining a happy and more balanced life. Simple, straightforward, and honest. This book will help you

Stories from the world's longest lockdown

Argentina had the longest lockdown in the world, lasting from March to November. 255 days passed before the final sectors that remained quarantined moved to a social distancing stage. Let’s hear some of the stories from this never-ending isolation. Three individuals from Buenos Aires shared their experiences and thoughts during the mandatory lockdown. From daily routines to expectations for the upcoming months, you will get an insight into what it’s like to go through the longest lockdown in th

The unfortunate appropriation of a gone legend: an Argentinian's take on the aftermath of Diego Maradona's death

The three-day mourning process in honour of Diego Maradona’s death has encompassed more than just grief. There have been multitudinary gatherings on the streets of Buenos Aires with little to no concern for COVID-19 safety measures, riots, robberies, clashes with the police, disrupted political agendas, the bashing of the International Day for the Elimination of Violence Against Women, and even disrespect for Maradona himself. Is that the righteous way to salute an international icon? Diego Arm