• Demystifying Smart Contracts

    Demystifying Smart Contracts

    Paul Bouchon | June 17, 2020

    Smart contracts are often described as a transformative new technology that borders on magic, able to remove third-parties and monetary risk alike from business deals using the power of the blockchain.

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  • The Importance of Good Software Architecture

    The Importance of Good Software Architecture

    Stuart Bingë | June 10, 2020

    What is Software Architecture? Software architecture is the analysis, thought and design considerations that form the foundational scaffolding for a successful software system. If you write software for work or as a hobby, whether you know it or not, you’re already dealing with software architecture and the processes of making architectural decisions within your applications.

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  • Progressively Adopting TypeScript in a Dojo Toolkit Application

    Progressively Adopting TypeScript in a Dojo Toolkit Application

    Rory Mulligan | June 3, 2020

    TypeScript has become a mainstay of modern web development libraries. Consuming functions and widgets written by a third party can be error-prone without some type of guidance. Introducing static typing to the interfaces doesn’t just reduce misuse, it has added benefits including intelligent code completion.

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  • Disciplined Engineering – Part 3: Refining Your Engineering Process

    Disciplined Engineering – Part 3: Refining Your Engineering Process

    Paul Shannon | May 21, 2020

    This is part 3 of the Disciplined Engineering series.  It is for teams that have an established engineering process with confidence around the quality of their application. This article will help improve your engineering game by identifying the common patterns that will further improve your team’s focus on quality.

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  • Disciplined Engineering – Part 2: Creating Code Confidence

    Disciplined Engineering – Part 2: Creating Code Confidence

    Paul Shannon | May 21, 2020

    This is part 2 of the Disciplined Engineering series. It focuses on improving the confidence of the code produced by your team. If you haven’t already, we recommend reading Part 1: Building an Engineering Process as a prerequisite for these practices. You can also check out Part 3: Refining Your Engineering Process.

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  • Snapshot Testing: Benefits and Drawbacks

    Snapshot Testing: Benefits and Drawbacks

    Jason Cheatham | May 19, 2020

    Snapshot testing has become very popular for front end-development over the last few years. The term has almost become synonymous with Jest and React, but it can be used to test more than just components.

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  • Sensible Improvements in TypeScript 3.9

    Sensible Improvements in TypeScript 3.9

    Nick Nisi | May 15, 2020

    The recent TypeScript 3.9 release primarily focuses on performance and stability, but it does include some language updates that are worth a closer look. Expansion of uncalled function checks Continuing its quest to save you from yourself, TypeScript 3.9 expands on the uncalled function checks that were introduced in version 3.7.

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  • Performance Testing with k6

    Performance Testing with k6

    Stuart Bingë | May 13, 2020

    There’s an old adage in the software industry – premature optimization is the root of all evil. A corollary to this should be – no optimization is just as bad as premature optimization.

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