If you work in a big IT company you’re most likely in a distributed team setup. With that comes many challenges and minimizing obvious drawbacks of working across different locations is not an easy task. What is also not easy is recording of podcast live, in front of over 150
In the final part of our series, it’s time to set up end-to-end / integration testing environment & ensure that we’re ready to check the quality of our work.
Sometimes, as a software engineer, you need to quickly adapt & learn a new technology or framework. There are many ways of doing so, and we’re analyzing which of them work best.
Most of the projects are using some data that needs to be treated with extra care. Like client secrets, ids, API keys, or, for Android, necessary keystore file. This data is sometimes stored in the repository for convenience and sometimes kept out (gitignored) and passed between developers.
Operating a distributed software development team is like investing in stocks: It can give huge rewards, but also carries risks. Here are 10 lessons to increase the chance for high returns.
In the fourth episode of Beyond the Code we’re looking at interns & the checklist you should go through before organizing internship in your company.
Third episode of our Beyond the Code podcast covers topic of career development.
What drives our users mad and in which areas can we boost up their pleasure? This is where the Customer Journey Mapping comes pretty handy.
It’s time for the second episode of Beyond the Code.
In the previous part of “How to improve my PHP code?” we set up some automated tools to automatically review our code. That’s helpful, but it doesn’t really give us any impression on how our code meets the business requirements. We now need to create tests specific to our code’s
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