by Carlos Blanco.
I implemented AOP in .NET Core 2. I’m starting to love the idea of transferring my programming skills in .NET to all platforms.
Here’s how I was able to apply on Mac the same ole’ techniques I’m used to on MS Windows.
by Sergio Silva.
Before you start with Android, you need to know a thing called the Android Activity Lifecycle. This is important to know as you begin your journey as an Android dev.
In this post I’ll try to make it easier to understand
activity and how they go through various states.
by Ernesto Jimenez.
In the past, to build a web application you required the skills to code in your business logic.
Rails is a Model-View-Controller web framework that uses an ORM in the form of ActiveRecord for the Model layer.
For me, like many others, Rails has a very “magical” feel to it. I decided to stop believing blindly in magic and find what happens behind the scenes and I started with ActiveRecord.
In this post I will explain what I have found.
by Juventino Romero.
As part of my internship at Nearsoft, I took a deep dive into Open Source projects. Having some experience with backend development (using Express.js as the web framework) I thought it’d be a great idea to level up by diving into Ember.js, understanding the framework and hope to contribute in some way.
Here’s how to generate
by Jayro Salgado.
Docker Compose is one of the most important tools in the Docker toolbox. It was originally used to set up an environment for Continuous Integration.
In the latest release Docker Compose has made a significant leap to the production environment. You can either deploy a single server with Docker Machine or use it to set up an entire cluster using Docker Swarm.
Here’s how to use Docker Compose and Docker Stack.
by Hugo Ortiz.
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.
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.
by Pedro Duarte.
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 […]
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