Open offices are more appealing to people in management because they needn’t protect their own time and attention as much. And it’s these managers who are in charge of designing office layouts and signing leases. It’s also these managers who are responsible for booking photo shots of the FUN-FUN office, giving tours to investors, and fielding interviews with journalists. The open office is an excellent backdrop for all those activities.
So how can you take 7 years to make your game? Here are some important tips and tricks for taking your sweet time.
The basic architecture concepts I wish I knew when I was getting started as a web developer.
The SPA path is dark and full of terrors. You can bravely fight those… or choose a different path that takes you to a similar destination: modern Rails.
A tremendous amount of care and attention goes into every detail of the Google Photos experience, and the photo grid is just one part of a much bigger product.
A collection of thoughts, opinions, and advice for defining component APIs that are meant to be more flexible, composable, and easier to understand. None of these are hard-and-fast rules, but they’ve helped guide the way I think about organizing and creating components.
Do you know Redux’s real power is beyond managing the state? Do you want to design with an understanding of how Redux works in mind? Let’s dig deeper into what Redux can do, why it does its things, what the downsides are, and how it relates to design.
So what happens when the winds of change meet the waves of hope? You get mixed-up nautical imagery! And, hopefully, some insight into ASP.NET Core.
Does open source, .NET Core, distributed system, Docker and other cool words sound good to you? If that’s the case, stick with me and let me guide you through the world (or at least part of it) of microservices. This is going to be the very first article (an introduction) of the upcoming series.