Thoughts, ideas and opinions on all things software innovation, strategy, design, and development – from the technology experts at Revelry
Blaze’s heart was so happy the day she discovered the ability to change font color based on the lightness or darkness of the background. She shares with you the magic of SCSS in this detailed post.
At age 50, I was hired as a software apprentice at Revelry Labs after retiring from a 23-year career in finance. Here’s why… and how it’s going.
Working in a team requires the members to all contribute their own set of knowledge to accomplish a goal. It’s unlikely that a team would be composed of members that share the same knowledge base. Stop worrying and love the bomb.
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.
By using the #watercooler channel in Slack, we’re able to get to know our coworkers and expose our personalities. This is how we create great office culture.
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.