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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At Revelry, we are heavy users of DataDog so this solution leans heavily into putting metrics there.
Once he wrote his own implementation of Conway’s Game of Life, Jonathan finally felt like a real programmer. He continues to apply this tactic when learning a new language or library. Here, he shares the results of using it on Ramda.
Jason had a theory: He dislikes abbreviations and acronyms, ambiguity and magic. And he likes explicitness and clarity. So he wondered why some code naming conventions seem to punish verbosity (when it’s required) and what this all has to do with language naming conventions.
Aline wants you to go forth and be awesome, non-technical project managers: Acknowledge that learning new things is hard, be patient with yourself, and trust that the technical team will give you the same courtesy. Together, we make each other better. It’s the Revelry way.
If you take a cross-section of developers, you’ll find some very mixed opinions about pairing. Some devs hate it. Some devs write blog posts about how great it is. Why is this? Let’s chat about why pair programming is awesome, and what you can do to level up your skills.
Choosing a text editor is a personal thing, but here’s how using Vim with VS Code has made me a very happy software engineer.
We have daily standups. We tried adding a thing called a daily 4:20. But in the end, we decided to improve our ticket comment writing game. And Aline led the charge on the how and the why.
If you have ever done mobile development in React Native, chances are you have used a TextInput. And, you’ve probably also used the numerical version of TextInput to create a numerical keypad.
Here at Revelry we have looked to automating our deploy process to save time by cutting down on some of those manual actions. Enter fastlane. Fastlane is a collection of tools that can be used to develop what they call “lanes” that define a build and deployment pipeline.