When I found out that I would be working on porting an old Python codebase to Node, I was slightly excited. These kinds of projects always give you more creative freedom than an ordinary code maintenance gig, and something about the challenge of rewriting other people’s code makes it as fun as hell.
Software engineers want to be as effective as they can be, but some aren’t hitting the mark. Many engineers develop some bad habits over their years of forging code. Here are seven career-breakers software engineers need to ditch. It’s cliché, but true.
So you’ve decided to try out Redux as your application state manager. Or perhaps you’re investigating better options. Good for you. With Redux the good news is your application will enjoy a productivity boost from the simplicity of knowing precisely where data logic lives.
Recently on the PostStatus Slack team, Brin Wilson started a discussion about what it would hypothetically take for WordPress to get to be installed on 51% of all websites (it currently sits at about 27% at the time of this writing): It is an interesting thought experiment, and a lot of interesti
At Witworks we have been developing the Blink smartwatch, which runs on a customised version of Android called Marvin. We have also been building companion Android and iOS apps, for the smartwatch, in React Native (RN).