Hoo boy what a week. Rails 6 dropped, rest-client was yet another Ruby gem to have been hijacked and have malicious code pushed into a version and GitHub had another hiccup. But if you’re anything like us, none of that is not news to you - so read on for all the good stuff you missed.
If you manage a team of developers, this article may certainly interest you. Maintaining high productivity and the commitment of developers to each project is a big challenge for every tech manager. In theory, everything seems simple, but in practice, it is not necessarily an easy task. I have prepared some tips that will help you increase the productivity levels of your development team.
I would like to tell you the story of our team 'Growth', who is responsible for business development at Codest. Some time ago, we decided to expand the team because we knew that the development of our software house would not be possible without a professional sales and marketing department. Perhaps this story will also inspire you.
AWS Fargate is a tool that is very useful in certain situations while at the same time feeling profoundly weird to use. We’ve had an article about deploying Rails to it just last week - this week we’ll take a look at what it actually is. And much more.
Finding the right market fit for a product in development is the goal of every startup, yet most startups struggle with this. I have noticed over the course of my many years working with startups that this is a big challenge, without which scaling and further business development is not possible.
This document was written in order to unify the internal company Git Flow rules. This method is not introducing pure Git Flow, as it is a mix of both Git Flow and GitLab Flow, with best company practices worked over many years. It helps keep a clean and readable history of the repository and better control over changes and project lifecycles.
Modern web development can be extremely complicated. How did we get here and what do we do about it? This and much more you can find below. Enjoy!
Have you ever wondered whether Norway is a good place for the development of startups? It is a common opinion that while Norway is characterized by a very stable economy, start-up entrepreneurship in the country is no longer at such a high level. To find out what the situation really looks like, I decided to look a little closer.
Stack Overflow has published the annual Developer Survey for the ninth time. This study was conducted as a 20-minute survey with a group of over 90,000 developers. The results presented in the report are worth your attention.
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