The Value of a Fresh Pair of Eyes

When you’re working on a piece of software for a long time, it can be easy to overlook poor architecture or an awkward UX. You may spend your day avoiding the dark corners of your app and choosing to forget that they even exist. Unfortunately, when this happens, the health of our codebase and application can suffer.

Recently, my project team gained a new member—a fresh set of eyes unfamiliar with our application’s design. This newness allowed them to notice inconsistencies and ask valuable questions about why we chose to architect our app as we had. Read more on The Value of a Fresh Pair of Eyes…

Three Ways I’ve Adopted the “Teach and Learn” Lifestyle

Here at Atomic Object, we have a passion to continue learning and sharing knowledge with fellow Atoms. Whether this means researching a new technology, attending a conference, or holding a brown bag discussion during lunch, we’re constantly seeking to explore new ideas and topics. This desire and drive to learn is described by one of Atomic’s six values: Teach and Learn. Read more on Three Ways I’ve Adopted the “Teach and Learn” Lifestyle…