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Posts about Development

Escape

Development  JavaScript  Business  Ruby/Rails 

Working With Legacy Code — How Refactoring Let Us Escape The Black Hole
I’m pretty much sure that sooner or later every developer finds themselves working on a project that makes them face the issue of legacy code. For those lucky dogs who still haven’t experienced it firsthand—legacy code...
do posta

Product Design  Business  User Experience  Development 

Crafting Visual Stories Using Data and Information
In October 2018 I was invited to give a talk at the fifth Future of Design meetup, called The Beauty of Data. My talk was called “Crafting a story in data visualization”.
Paweł Hawrylak
angular2

AngularJS  Angular  Development  JavaScript 

Migrating from AngularJS to Angular Using a “Hybrid” Approach—a Case Study
Getting into a project based on AngularJS in its 1.4 version is not the most exciting thing that can happen to a programmer in 2019. And it doesn’t matter whether you’re a junior front-end developer or a senior...
VUE-1

Vue.js  Development  JavaScript  Business 

Reasons Why Vue.js Is Getting More Traction Every Month
With over 120k stars on GitHub, Vue.js is currently the trendiest JavaScript front-end framework, beating Angular and React in GitHub star count by a fair margin. When it comes to overall popularity, React is still the...
Maja Nowak
top-20-vue-js-articles-in-2018-5

Vue.js  Business  Development 

Twenty Most Popular Vue.js Newsletter Articles in 2018
If you’ve been following Monterail for a while, you probably aware that the Vue.js Newsletter, now a part of the official Vue.js News channel, has its roots inside our organizations. Launched somewhere in mid-2016, the...
Joanna Staromiejska
jaco-van-der-merwe-and-devon-beynon

Business  Culture  Product Design  Development 

Admyt on Outsourcing Software Development and Working with Legacy Code
Tired with coins, lines, and faulty pay machines, Jordan Wainer, an entrepreneur and innovator decided to improve car parking systems around the world. That’s the story behind Admyt, a solution providing a seamless...
Karolina Gawron
Updated_State_of_Vue

Vue.js  Development  JavaScript 

Updated State of Vue.js is coming in February 2019
We’re back! And I hope you’re just as excited as I am writing this. You might have noticed some suggestions about the next edition of State of Vue.js on Evan You’s Twitter… But it’s time to make it official. The updated...
Karolina Gawron
katarzyna-dzidt-embassy-of-israel

Culture  Business  Development 

“Scalability Is Key”—Tips for Israeli IT Companies Doing Business in Poland by Katarzyna Dzidt
4,000 kilometers away from each other and vastly different in size, language, and business etiquette. Israel and Poland may have their differences, but are equals in more ways than one. The “Start-Up Nation” brings...
Joanna Staromiejska
outsource

Business  Development  Culture 

Outsourcing To a Software Development Company and Its Not-So-Obvious Benefits
Many cringe just thinking about outsourcing software development to some external company. Well, of course they would. Outsourcing comes with countless challenges, including time zone and cultural differences,...
Karolina Gawron
katarzyna-dzidt-embassy-of-israel

Business  Culture  Development 

How Polish Companies Enhance Israeli Technology Export—An Interview with Katarzyna Dzidt
Poland has been a hot spot for Israeli technology companies for quite some time now, attracting firms from the cybersecurity, homeland security, and fintech sectors. Companies of all ages and sizes, including start-ups,...
Joanna Staromiejska
repository pattern

Ruby/Rails  Development 

How to Use Repository Pattern with Active Record— Ruby on Rails Development
Remember the story of tech leading a project in fours acts? It was a motivational (hopefully!) story about delivering a project and my experience with being a tech lead. It was focused around repositories helping us...
Mateusz Karbowiak
node

Node.js  Development  Business 

6 Main Reasons Why Node.js Has Become a Standard for Enterprise-Level Organizations
Everyone's talking about Node taking over the programming world and its great advantages. While all frameworks and languages come with some benefits, it's Node.js that takes over development in enterprises. The big...
Karolina Gawron
london

Business  Development  Culture 

Developing Software in London—Why Poland Should Become Your Go-To Nearshoring Destination
London is home to thousands of leading EU start-ups and it seems that its reign as the destination for business is far from over. Last year, a total of 10,016 software development and programming businesses were...
Joanna Staromiejska
angularJS interview

AngularJS  Angular  Development  JavaScript 

Angular, the Successor of AngularJS, Is Thriving and Has Big Plans for the Future. An Interview with Stephen Fluin
AngularJS revolutionized how we build modern apps. In early July, AngularJS entered its long-term support phase, which means that the Google team will no longer be merging any new features or fixes that would require...
Karolina Gawron
reactnative

Development  Mobile Development  React 

Pros And Cons of React Native Development According to Programmers and Business Owners
React Native, next to PWA, was called a revolution in cross-platform app development and delivering great mobile experience. Shareable code repository? Reusable components? That definitely sounds tempting. React Native...
Karolina Gawron
Enterprise

Business  Culture  Development 

Takeaways from Monterail’s Journey to Become a Go-to Development Company for Enterprises
One of the most important things you can do for your business is start asking the right people the right questions. Speaking with and listening to our clients and dream clients (the right people) gives us the ability to...
Marta Klimowicz
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