On a recent project, our clients needed a marketing-style website, without a ton of bells and whistles. SvelteKit fit all their requirements.
In 2023, I want to see how these four software development trends evolve and how they might impact Atomic Object.
My software development team decided to give Turborepo a go, and it greatly improved our build process. I recommend trying it out.
A README is the welcoming committee to new developers, a trailhead for the existing team, and an archive that will exist a long time.
In this series, I'll take a stab at creating a glossary of terms for people new to custom software and software jargon.
A spiking phase lets everybody working on the project gain a greater understanding of the system as a whole.
The ability to use a conditional breakpoint is just one of the great features in JetBrains Rider that may not be on a new user's radar.
Software development is sometimes chaotic, but I'm excited that the things we build are ambitious, even if they operate in a world of uncertainty.
If Python is slow, why do so many people still use it? Will it eventually be replaced by newer languages? Let's explore where Python development is going.
We talk a lot about the costs of making mistakes, but something nobody seems to talk about is the cost of avoiding mistakes.
After sustained intense exercise, a deload gives your mind and nerves a chance to reset. I think it's time to bring this concept into software development.
Dropping my ego allowed me to exhibit the teach and learn value much better, and I have become a better developer because of it.