How Well Do you Know Your HTML5? Test Your Knowledge

If you’re a developer, the most important career question you should as yourself as you move into the New Year is whether or not your coding skills are on par for the future of software development. If you’re not sure where you stand as far as your skill-set goes, there’s only one thing you can do: Test yourself.

In the following infographic, we’re presenting 10 essential HTML5/CSS4 questions that will help you decide if you’re prepared to follow the latest development trends into and through 2014.

It’s simple. Answer the ten questions on the top half of the infographic, then check your answers by scrolling down and reviewing the bottom half:

8 or more correct – You’re in pretty good shape.
6-7 correct – You might want to focus on studying up on the areas featured within the questions you got wrong.
5 or less correct – You will probably need some serious studying time, but don’t worry—the year is still young and you’ve still got plenty of time to jump aboard the HTML5 train.
Good luck!

Do I need this garment?

Do you feel afraid to open your wardrobe, just because you think that the enormous pile of clothes will attack you? Well, don’t be, all you have to do is to find a smart strategy of how to arrange your garments and get rid of the stuff that you don’t need. Below you can check a smart inforgrapghic that we have prepared in order to help you to organize your wardrobe.

Do Your Applicants Belong on the Naughty or Nice List?

From the resume traditionalists to the tech-savvy social media junkies, each candidate will bring something unique to the table. The quiz in this infographic will help you decide if your top candidates are the talent you need to help brave the long winter months.

Are these the candidates to spark new ideas and keep the fires of innovation burning in 2013? Or will they turn into a bitter office Scrooge? The infographic below, compiled by Spark Hire, an online video resume and interviewing platform, provides a helpful quiz to let you know if your holiday candidate is a gift or a curse.