Should you update your ecommerce amid a culture shock?
In light of tough times, it has been noted that the infrastructure of American workforce can suddenly, and without warning, become centered around remote work, scarce business opportunity, and low-and-slow economic exchange. This type of “crash” can seem like a perfect time for a business to panic, but we’re here to tell you how to handle it properly and without fear.
How to tell if your Application Needs an Overhaul or Small Upgrade
The question has been around as long as software development has been around–should I completely rebuild my app or can I get by with incremental updates?
The answer? You're going to love this. It depends on many factors.
Don’t worry, I won’t leave you there. Today I’ll go through the different factors that will ultimately help you make the best decision.
Getting Started with AWS DevOps using AWS Amplify
AWS Amplify allows developers to effortlessly integrate powerful AWS services into their mobile and web apps. With Amplify, we can manage scalable backends, easily integrate our backend with our frontends, and automate application releases seamlessly.
How to Select Your Software Development Agency
Get to know the people behind the service. The road to success is paved with asking the right questions. Select a supplier that is able to give you convincing answers.
Duck Tapes Transcript: Native Modules and Blockchain with Adem Bilican
Duck Tapes Transcript: Code School life with Alex Aranda
In this episode, Alex Aranda discusses his current enrollment in a coding bootcamp, his motivation for switching careers, and strategies for his job hunt in the tech industry after he finishes the program.
Duck Tapes Transcript: React Native with Gant Laborde
Gant Laborde jumps in the duck pond to talk React Native, agency life, Progressive Web Apps, and running Chain React Conf in Portland each year.
Rachel Valentine Mix!
Rachel Valentine joins us this week on Duck Tapes! Rachel excels as the Head of People for our Vincit California offices, and this week she shares how YOU can impress her and ace all of your future developer interviews! Listen Today!
William Candillon Mix!
William Candillon joins us this week on Duck Tapes! William is the creator of the YouTube series 'Can It Be Done in React Native?', and is sharing his tips and tricks for solving beautifully complex mobile animations in React Native! Listen Today!
Creating real-time apps with PubNub and React
PubNub is an easy to use, well documented and well-supported platform for enabling real-time capabilities for web, mobile, IoT and backend applications through their selection of over 70 SDKs. In addition to its Pub/Sub messaging, PubNub lets the user add additional functionality, such as filtering or modifying messages via serverless Functions, manage read/write access via the Access Manager and recognize device & user state via Presence.
React Native Mix Vol.1!
First episode of our First series! Welcome to React Native: Getting Started! We are joined by special guest and fellow blogger Otto Kivikärki, a React Native specialist and our First returning guest!
Wes Bos Mix!
We're coming back hot with the great Wes Bos! Wes joins us to share amazing details of his journey from customizing friends' Myspace profiles to teaching HUNDREDS of thousands of students through his personal online courses!
5 Ways to Keep Employees Motivated
Creating a culture where people have a sense of ownership and they feel appreciated.
An Introduction to React Hooks
A quick-look at the possibilities of React Hooks.
Kickstart your GraphQL API with Hasura
We will take a look at how we can accelerate our GraphQL API development using Hasura.
Unit testing RxSwift application
Unit testing RxSwift apps is the topic I want to talk about today. This is the last part of my series ‘How to use RxSwift with MVVM’, where we have learned to use RxSwift by implementing the Friends application.
Empty Promises and Other Heresay
How functional programming in Clojure made me a better person
Five Ways to Rescue a Startup by Buying Software Development
Subcontracting is stupid. I used to believe in this statement with all my heart. Especially outsourcing software development gave me an image of big balls of mud being produced by a faceless herd of Elbonian programmers.