In various sources you can read that Ruby is a programming language that is falling down. A simple stereotype that is yet not true. Clients often ask me about the advantages of using Ruby, as it is widely regarded as a less popular language, comparing to the others.
Stack OverFlow has published the latest report on software development in 2019. For the needs of this research, surveys were conducted with nearly 90,000 developers worldwide. We can learn a lot of really interesting stuff from that source. We chose a few of the most curious ones, which we are going to present in this article.
One day 3 years ago in the Codest team we prepared a great Cody game for Ruby programmers. In today's article, I would like to describe what the work on this project looked like and above all show you the code of the project, which from now on is publicly available on our github.
At Codest, we read a lot. And we’d like to share our top picks with you! Here’s what caught our attention this week.
The EU-Startups Summit 2019, the largest start-up conference in Europe is coming! This year it will take place on 2 and 3 May in Barcelona. It is about to gather over 1,200 startups, enthusiasts, business angels, Venture Capital and the largest media from all over Europe. It's just worth being there.
A few days ago the second quarter of 2019 started and now there is a good opportunity to plan your participation in some of the industry conferences. Mind you, there is a lot to choose from. There are many interesting events around the world addressed to both technology leaders and IT managers.
Released quite recently, Ruby 2.6 brings a bunch of conveniences that may be worth taking a glimpse of. What is new? Let’s give it a shot!
Have you ever wondered how to prepare a great concept redesign? We can help you with this. In this article, we will give an example of a redesign creating process. We will use our case study from Yellow Pages and present the stages that our UI/UX designers have come through by preparing the redesign of Yellow Pages.
Just like the other Scandinavian countries, Finland with Helsinki as its capital city, is developing quite well in the field of entrepreneurship. In this country, one can find a lot of interesting companies and startups that have achieved international success. Some of them can already boast of millions of revenues.
Writing documentation is a standard that in many projects becomes a luxury. Its production easily goes into the background, especially when the next priority is given to the further functionalities at the phase of dynamic application development.