Modern companies need in-house tech expertise now more than ever. When your organization realizes the need to hire a new developer, you likely hope to onboard a qualified individual and start tapping into their IT skills as soon as possible. Unfortunately, the hiring process is not always that efficient. Finding
Tag: Web Development
For many, finding dedicated developers has never been a simple task. When your in-house talent is pushed to their limits, turning to outside specialists is the next best option when hiring developers. However, many companies still struggle to determine how they will meet their demands for new IT talent. To
At the beginning of a project, a roadmap is put in place to determine budget and time constraints, as well as any necessary features needed during the product development process. New feature requests often come from an apps’ final users, but if a product is not in production yet, new
The invention of smartphones and tablets has revolutionized how people go about their every day-to-day life. One study conducted by the Pew Research Center recently discovered that over 5 billion people worldwide own mobile devices. That number is expected to continue to rise sharply over the coming years. With so
Four common security vulnerabilities in web applications. How hackers can exploit these vulnerabilities and how we prevent that from happening.
The Django framework saves time and effort and helps to create apps and REST APIs with maintainable code. This post gives some practical examples of what to do and what not to do when you code in Python using Django. In this post, I’ll explain why good code structure and
Why you should stop blaming a programming language for your low quality work.
I’ve heard too many times that Ruby on Rails (also called RoR) doesn’t scale. Guess what? Java doesn’t scale, .NET doesn’t scale, PHP doesn’t scale, and Node.js doesn’t scale. No programming language scales if you build terrible software with it.
In this article, I focus on Ruby, but the information is valid for almost any programming language. If you typically benchmark Ruby against other languages like Python or C++, it’s probably slower in most contexts.
The real question is not how long it takes or how many resources it consumes to run some algorithms like regex redux, binary tree searches, or reading DNA sequences.