I recently learned about FRP, or Functional Reactive Programming. In frontend web development, two of the most popular tools for FRP are RxJS and the Observable Pattern.
Keep reading to learn more about this topic and to start applying it.
Technology plays a big role in the evolution of the Travel Industry. Now, the way travelers plan, purchase and travel is a challenge for travel companies.
There are many aspects you need to consider to get ahead of the game. Paying attention to your customer, their needs and motivations is a starting point.
As companies grow it is very important to design processes that allows you to keep a user-centered approach when developing solutions.
In this episode of the People & Business podcast we had the opportunity to talk to Bruce Nealson, VP of Design at Sabre. He shared his thoughts on the main user experience challenges companies in the travel industry face. From how to build customer-centered solutions to the technologies that will change the way we travel in the future.
You spent a lot of time and effort “going mobile.” You finally have your offering out there, in the hands of all those mobile phone users. But, are they using it? Does it satisfy your travelers needs?
Do you even measure the usability of your booking app?
If you don’t, you’re running blind!
As part of my Nearsoft Academy program I was asked to deploy an Open Source Java library to Maven Central. I hadn’t had done such thing before, so the first step was to research. And research. And …
I felt overwhelmed with all the information, tutorials and articles I found about the topic. I had no idea how to filter all that information. I couldn’t even decide which method or tools were better for what I was trying to do. After all that research, my partner and I came up with the solution.
Mobile technology and travel software platforms bring people together like never before. They surely make the world seem way smaller and more accessible.
These new technologies have indeed reshaped and redefined how we move about. It has affected how the tourism and travel tech industry operate as a whole.
The most important factor of the TTX Hackathon without any doubts was the team. Can you imagine how hard it was to work 24 hours straight? It was very, very hard!
Here’s the story of my team.
Today I had a dream. Or should I say “a nightmare”? I dreamed that I went back to working with a multinational company, I would tell you the name, but then I’d most likely be scolded. I woke up startled, as if I had something urgent to finish – a task that was due the […]
The life of a programmer is not very different from that of a normal person when it comes to solving problems. We also face unexpected situations every now and then. This is why one of our abilities must be to solve problems correctly and efficiently. Here’s what has worked for me. Simplicity above All There’s […]
To build great products you must provide a positive experience that helps users solve problems in an intuitive way.
Whether you are creating an app from scratch or some new features, you need time to validate to make sure your new ideas work in real life.
In the tech world – and then some – running a successful business is about making things happen in a way that works for both the service provider and the client. You need to get the word out, somehow, though. There are many ways and tools to do this quite inexpensively and effectively. Some say […]