Revelry’s talented engineering team – comprised of front- and back-end developers – offers expertise in a wide range of languages, frameworks, and capabilities. In addition to long-time favorites, like Elixir and Phoenix, they enjoy exploring “what’s new and what’s next,” and then sharing about it.
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Even though it’s really easy to get in the habit of using inline styles all over the place in your components, there might be better ways of organizing your styles for React Native.
Lately I’ve been exploring various automated testing techniques, and it’s about time I got to property-based testing, also known simply as property testing. I…
While working on getting a product live in Canada, we have gone through various trials and tribulations getting localization to work. Globalization generally refers to the combination of localization (L10N), and internationalization (I18N).
After listening to this episode of Practical AI, I got interested in experimenting with Word2Vec. According to wikipedia, Word2vec is a group of related models that…
There are so many features in WordPress, it’s impossible to know them all. The trick is to find the hidden gems that make your life easier.
Tips and code snippets that can be used to help improve your workflow in the terminal, and, how to create your own fzf-based workflow.
Whether it’s a feature, a bug, or a regression, it’s all work. It all has the same level of prioritization before we add in the business context. This is how we decide what gets worked first.
Technical interviews are broken. We do case interviews in order to take candidates from hearing the scenario, to asking clarifying questions, to giving broad opinions and concepts, to specific architecture and programming tasks.
There are many moving parts involved in product delivery. Ideally, we never utilize developer shortcuts or compromises. And even when we knowingly take shortcuts, the intention is always to come back and clean this up eventually.