Apr 11, 2017, by Ramiro Jimenez.
Microservices architectures have been picking up momentum over the last few years. They are a big improvement over the monolithic approach, but they don’t solve all the problems a monolithic design brings with it. Even so, microservices is a superior architectural design and I welcome it.
Here is why microservices approach is superior.
Mar 15, 2017, by Elsa Balderrama.
Not long ago I started to trained myself by offering to work in an Android app. I hadn’t had any contact with mobile development beforehand, and navigating between the existing manuals is not easy.
The outcome of that experience was this guide. It serves as a map for understanding Android in the shortest possible time.
It was designed with developers like you in mind.
Feb 17, 2017, by Janneth Amaya.
You can become a great developer, even if you are not considering it right now, while you’re in school. I myself fell in love with coding after graduation.
Once you commit to become a great developer, knowing how to code it’s not the only skill you need.
Discover what else is necessary to become the best!
Dec 16, 2016, by Livier Hernandez.
Do you have what it takes to contribute to an Open Source project? The short answer is yes.
Here’s how I know: this challenge was successfully overcome during this past month by the interns of the Nearsoft Academy.
Here are some of the highlights of what we did. And you can do it, too.
Dec 13, 2016, by Livier Hernandez.
Pragmatic Programmer was written by Andrew Hunt and David Thomas back in 1999. Given the date, is is not surprising that they talk about C and Smalltalk as really powerful languages. They are not that popular anymore but they were used to build even better languages. However, this book is not about these programming languages. […]
Dec 13, 2016, by Asier Enrique.
This summer I had the chance to attend EuroPython. Over 1100+ Python fans were able to make the most out of the lively week.
It was my first time at this amazing conf. I fully enjoyed it and learned lots of new stuff. Read on to learn about reviewing code, the Pytest library, and other friendly tools to help you improve your command of the language.
Nov 22, 2016, by Ramon Raya.
If you are not testing your code, you are just creating garbage. To avoid this we require a way to generate mocks for our classes to test our code.
Mockito is a simple, yet elegant way to inject mocks into your code without making a mess of it.
Read on to know how you can do this.
Oct 26, 2016, by Elizabeth Flores.
For a travel website, displaying the right content at a fast pace is key to engaging with travelers.
The travel user experience starts with their first search query.
Here’s how our team achieved a balance between a quick response time and a hefty amount of content to empower a traveler’s decision.
Oct 24, 2016, by Manuel Valle.
If you’re working on a system that supports various loyalty programs keep in mind that registered users for each provider have different registration methods.
You need to find a simple solution so that your users can see everything as it should be in the User Interface.
Let me give you some simple tips of how I made it work.
Sep 9, 2016, by Janneth Amaya.
If you’re an experienced software developer you’ve probably heard about Design Patterns. But if you are just starting, don’t worry, it’s OK.
What is not okay is to ignore that they exist. Do not use them when you shouldn’t or get the wrong interpretation of them.
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