As developers, we produce tons of code each day. We test our code, beautify it with code style scripts and finally verify using continuous integration commands, which control the integrity and cohesion of our solutions. Nevertheless, the true value of used code solution can be checked only by another developer, who knows the business domain, best practices, clean code principles and who may also have a different point of view from yours. In this article, I want to show you how code review can help you keep codebase in order and get more advantages for your team.
Tree of knowledge, career choices and selective consistency. Today, we take a step back from our daily work to discuss the frontend landscape. Kuba speaks about chances and challenges of being a Senior Developer in 2016 and how he sees the ecosystem evolving in the near future.
Here’s everything we know about developer salaries. How it works in the long run, how the market looks like? What are the rules we haven't been taught in school but are shaping our careers?
When I had applied for my internship at Evojam, I had a semester or two of Computer Science related study under my belt and a lot of time spent fiddling with programming on my own. I vividly remember at one point realising that I had been writing a Hello World tutorial for the 8th or 9th time.
We’ve launched our new website a few weeks ago. It represents what we stand for today and is the result of the journey we went through over the past 2 years. Read a short FAQ about what's changed.
Evojam backend crew of five is about to hit the road to Kraków for the 2015 Lambda Days. A functional programming conference, that we officially support. This field of programming is red-hot and tickets for the event sold-out, so our expectations are high... :)