If you are reading this article I can assume that you are a software developer, you have probably both heard the term “refactoring” and applied it yourself (conscious or not) several times while coding. To begin, let’s review the definition: Refactoring (noun): A change made to the internal structure of
Simulation can be used for emulating situations. It is used to simulate systems to be studied. This can be applied in any kind of system, banks, supermarkets, biological systems, traffic, etc. It can also be used to generate data with certain characteristics, either to complete missing information, to generate data
If we want to write better and higher quality software, it is important we keep track of exceptions, crashes and errors happening in our environment, so we can deal with them. We, at Rootstrap, have created this OS exception tracking tool in order to ease the task of monitoring errors.
Have you ever said one of these tricky phrases? I’m sure this feature is going to rock! We need this feature before going live, it is a must! Users will use this for sure! Well, if you found yourself saying any of these phrases without any numbers that support you,
I recently participated in a Machine Learning workshop at Rootstrap, where my coworkers and I learned about the basics of data science, did some research, and created interesting experiments. We had the opportunity to choose among the studied Machine Learning algorithms and work with them. So, I decided to do
I think we are quite underpowered when it comes to doing queries on Rails, having this in mind I proposed my opinion on how we could improve this and made a PR. I also wanted to share it here to know what others think and maybe get some traction. The
Pablo Blanco is a Full-Stack developer on the Rootstrap team and writes about his experience with ethical hacking and information security. You can also follow Pablo on LinkedIn.
In a world where everyone is relying more and more on technology, more tools are being provided for us developers to make our apps more accessible to all users. Having limited sight should not be an impediment to use any app. As developers or designers, we need to raise awareness
As mobile developers who have worked with animations before, we know how hard it can be to implement complex animations from scratch. That’s why we decided to engineer a simple yet powerful React Native animation hooks library that can give you a head start when developing your animations for mobile
Working with ActiveAdmin At Rootstrap, my first assignment was to develop a Ruby on Rails application which uses ActiveAdmin (with ActiveAdmin Addons) as a framework to implement the user interface. I had never used ActiveAdmin before and I found myself reading a lot of documentation of the gem, in some