In our custom software development handbook, we talked about different ways and technologies with the help of which Syndicode creates outstanding products regardless of the industry and budget. But it is obvious that some distinctive features of a custom software development vs. generic software development should be revealed. See how off-the-shelf solutions are different from custom ones!
There are 6 software development methodologies we talked about in our blog post last time. But there are also several different development approaches for porting code bases to the new platform we’d like you to discover today!
This year Syndicode has established the great partnership with fwdays, the organizer of various programming languages and frameworks large-scale conferences. From event to event we enjoy the great level of organization and the top-rated speakers you can watch on any fwdays’ event. Attending a conference is definitely the best way to strengthen your skills and get some new knowledge. Today we’re happy to tell you about the new event for developers. Highload fwdays’18 Conference is coming to Kyiv on September 15!
Continuing the topic of software architecture and its complicity, we’d like to talk more about web development. There are many concepts a person who just started web development is not familiar with. And Syndicode is covering this gap with this post about the basic software architecture concepts for the web developer.
Last time we figured out the role, skills, and duties of a software architect. But what happens when functional requirements are formulated and software architect found the way how the system should work? In this material, we’ll make a short overview of 12 software architecture quality attributes and quality attributes types.
Hey, you are! Are you a person who waits till the Friday come to rest your head and taste the evening? No hurry, no emergency tasks, no calls, just you and your relaxing mood. We know what you need right now to get inspired and delighted before the weekend. You need our new Syndicode Digest #47 – Fiber whiskers!
As the agency which took Ruby as the language of choice, Syndicode always tracks the best practices and useful materials on this topic. Last time we told you about The Template Method in Ruby. And today we’re going to share with you an information on how to structure your code in Ruby.
Syndicode’s blog is the source where you can find a lot of useful information on almost every topic a modern developer and a business owner needs to know. We write about business, updates, strategies, technologies, design, marketing, and programming. And as Ruby on Rails development agency, today we want to share with you some information about our language of choice. Read about the Template Method in Ruby.
We have two main ways to incorporate our branches: merge or rebase. Look at the picture, it is a basic example. “HEAD” is linked to the last commit in the branch where we are. MERGE Disadvantages of the merge: Nonlinear history of commits Works badly in big team Create a new commit (merge commit) The…