A few years ago, Codest was a relatively small software house. We started with a dozen or so people - including developers. We had clients who were satisfied with our work. It was pretty cool. Then, the moment came when we decided it was time to take a step forward.
‘Do I need to go global with my business?’. Perhaps you have asked yourself this question once. Winning new foreign markets is a big chance for your company. However, it can also be a threat that can have a negative impact on your business.
Vuelendar is a small datepicker calendar written in VueJS. For quite long time we were using vue wrapper for pikaday in our project. Unfortunately it was hard to customize, and it's API didn't allowed us to implement quite a lot requirements.
In the pursuit of operational velocity we often lose sight of the fundamentals. Hard-coding credentials, flakey specs, iffy untested Docker images… Admit it, you’ve been there at some point (or you’re very, very lucky). We’ll also take a look at how WebAssembly is used at scale by eBay.
In the world, over 60% of people work remotely. This trend is especially noticeable in the IT industry. More and more developers appreciate the possibility to work remotely. Due to this current trend, one of the key competences of the tech manager become the ability to manage a remote team of developers.
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.
Operating with great efficiency, at scale and at the speeds your users came to expect of software in 2019 is a daunting task. This week’s theme is therefore speed and scale, where we look at several case studies from firms pushing their tech stacks to the limit and beyond.
On May 14th, we headed to Lubicz Brewery to participate in the "Krk-Rb" conference. Once we got there and we managed to get our clothes dry (the weather was rather inclement that day), we have been greeted by the smell of brewed beer, fresh coffee and the warm welcome of the organizers.
We have to admit we are big fans of the Ruby language. However, we’ve noticed that this technology is very underestimated and there are many false myths about it. We decided to face them and rectify the false information. So, why are people afraid of Ruby?
How many times have you managed the project and had no delays, delivered it on time, and the all process went on as planned? Rarely? Not at all? A software project is a very specific challenge and certainly not easy to implement. There are many reasons why these types of projects fail.
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