Code Review Checklist

Code reviews are necessary to ensure your application is consistent. We live in an age of copy-and-paste craftsmen, so making sure that the bits that do get copied are correct is imperative for this approach to keep on working! There are many articles out there telling you why code reviews are important, why you should…

Code Talk – September

It’s that time of the month again. Here are the most interesting posts I’ve found on the web this month. Happy reading. Planning doesn’t have to be the enemy of agile https://hbr.org/2018/09/planning-doesnt-have-to-be-the-enemy-of-agile Most tech companies will now follow an agile approach to their development cycle. Planning is an important cornerstone of management, and coordinating and…

No Frills Keyboard Shortcuts (with Gifs) every Developer Should Follow

Shortcuts for me are the most productive thing that a developer can add to their repertoire that will aid them through their entire career. Learning how to use your system and tools will improve your productivity and in general make traversing all your windows and apps a breeze. The mouse is a great, tool, but…

Code Talk – August

Code Talk is back again, sharing the best blog posts I’ve read this month. Artwork Personalization at Netflix First up is this post on how Netflix are personalising the graphics they show individuals when searching through the catalogue. It’s a great analysis of how A/B Testing works in the wild and even more impressive when…

CodeTalk – July

Code Talk is back, and once again I share the best blog posts I’ve found this month. Technology changes so quickly and it’s been fun looking through my older Code Talk posts. It wasn’t long ago we were discussing Jquery3.0 and SPA’s, and then AngularJs and GitHub coming onto the scene. How interesting it is…

Chef, Kubernetes and Meetups

Yesterday I went to my second ever Meetup. For those who don’t know what they are, a Meetup group that you join based on preferences, you join a local community of people. Meetup groups are sustained through Meetup events, which are face-to-face gatherings that happen in real life between members and organizers. The DevOps event I went…

5 CSS Styling Techniques to Wow your Clients, Colleagues and Bosses Alike!

Our rendering engines are a lot more sophisticated then they have ever been. The CSS techniques shown within will speed up rendering, loading, or lower the page bandwidth and most importantly improve the user experience.

#CodeTalk – AngularJs2, Jquery 3, SPA’s and GITHub

This CodeTalk is jam packed full of great articles! Focused on front end web application development. With these languages there is a potential to create an SPA application using Angular, JQuery and GitHub as Source Control.

That’s a pretty popular development pattern at the moment so I wanted to delve into each a little bit more and hopefully inspire others to research more on the topics if that’s your cup of tea.

#CodeTalk – Json Extensions, Meteor, Ruby SPA and helpful WebDev apps

Json Extensions, Meteor, Ruby SPA and helpful WebDev apps articles web developer and web designers need to read!

#CodeTalk – AngularJS, Debugging & GIF Articles you need to read!

#CodeTalk – AngularJS, Debugging & GIF Articles web developers and web designers need to read!