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.
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Revelry Champions Diversity, Equity and Inclusion At Revelry, we are proud of our team of talented, creative, smart, and passionate professionals with diverse interests,…
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.
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!
Jason says, “Revelry has always been on my radar as a company that works for the community and hires amazing people.”
“There’s nothing you can’t do if you get the habits right.” I’d like to highlight the workspace essentials, processes, and resources that have been most useful in my learning process as an apprentice engineer.
There are a lot of resources out there, and a lot of different ways to leverage the Facebook API. Here’s a look at the process to get up and running as a developer.
I value the education I received from college, but I have learned in today’s world, going to college is not a requirement to becoming a good developer.
As I sit back and reflect on the past year, I realize just how much growth I’ve experienced. Prior to Revelry, I was working primarily in web. I was confident in my work and thought I knew it all when it came to HTML and CSS. Boy was I wrong!
A little over a year ago, I found myself working as a Product Manager for a small software company in the Healthcare field. Initially…