Tagged: Software Development

The great stink in software pipelines

Greg Law Contributor Share on Twitter Greg Law is the co-founder and CTO at Undo.io, a software failure replay platform provider. It’s the summer of 1858. London. The River Thames is overflowing with the...

AVR Microcontroller Testing Procedures

In this article, my colleague Anton Kozlov tell us how to cover the main methods of simulation and firmware testing for AVR microcontrollers. Let’s start! Read the full story Read more

Working With Files In Python

Most of us have had that one experience where we had a ton of dis-organized files in our machines. It happens. One minute, you’re opening a large zip file, the next thing you know,...

Top 10 Python Web Frameworks: 2020 Edition

Python is undoubtedly the most popular high-level programming language that is ideal for scripting and web application development. It features an easy-to-learn syntax that allows the programmers to express concepts with less coding. Apart...

Python 3: Concept of LIST in Details

The dictionary meaning of LIST is a number of connected items or names written or printed consecutively, typically one below the other. Read the full story Read more

Top Software Development Companies in Denver

Most companies today are technology companies. They aim at digitizing their back-office and frontline operations, which requires extensive IT assistance. However, trying to pursue agile methods, many businesses choose to outsource their digital transformation...

How To Boost Your Coding Productivity with Plop

Previously, I talked about how Plop can help increase productivity when coding by reducing context switching. In this article, we’ll dive into an example and configure a Plop generator to create a React component in...

6 Lessons I Learned with Software Testing

For the last few of months I started digging into the software testing world. I really wanted to learn more about how to create more effective tests, refactor code with more confidence and feel...

Craft Culture by Celebrating Deployments

Building a healthy productive engineering culture is hard and just deploying frequently with continuous deployment is not enough. I’m going to show you how you can use a carrot, not a stick, approach to...

Things I Do Before I Start Programming

I am a programmer. I solve problems from different domains. My clients are from finance, virology institutes, employee management, labor information management system, energy sector, or just some dude who wants to automate one...