Many elements of software development can be found in these 5 board games that enthusiast Brad Huber has carefully selected for your review. Have a look!
If you’ve ever wondered the difference between staging and production, or styles and UX, then this is for you!
The design and development teams at Revelry collaborate on nearly every project. We sync with our internal team to go over project documentation and details, meet with our innovation partners, and have discussions about process and implementation.
At its core, pairing is another useful strategy to work with your peers and get shit done. The best way to know what works for you is to take more opportunities to pair with others, think about what works and what doesn’t work, and continue to refine this skill set.
Working in Terminal is faster and easier when you set up your bash profile with these awesome shortcuts and tricks that you can install yourself.
You’ve tested. You’ve deployed. Your work is out in the wild. Then – WHAT IS THAT on your bug report? Oh… You have users on Internet Explorer. Jason shares how to test using Windows Virtual Machine on the MacBook.
As a solutions company, Revelry brings a lot to the table through experience and expertise. These characteristics foster a no-fear approach to completing the…
At Revelry, we have a pretty solid internal Slack communication structure. Here’s how we collaborate with multiple innovation partners on Slack.
This is how we keep track of the landmarks that tell us we’re still on the right trail. It’s not always a straight line, but the journey is beautiful.
Coding without if-statements is one method for learning other ways to structure your code. That doesn’t mean never use if-statements. Being careful with conditional logic makes better code. Here’s why.