The 5th edition of Mobiconf organized by Miquido took place on Oct 4-5. This year, the event attracted over 550 participants: software developers, designers, product managers, etc. It also gathered some world-renowned speakers, e.g. Paul Hudson or John Sundell, as well as the representatives of highly remarkable brands, like Google, Abbey Road Studios, Zalando, Spotify, Tinder, Shopify or IBM.
This time Syndicode decided to share some piece of inner information about our experience with discovery sessions we provide for our new clients. That could be very helpful as for those who want to start a project with us, as for others who want to get the understanding what discovery session is and what parts it consists of. Let’s explore the discovery session for the new project, in details. Step-by-step.
As a media partner of this awesome event, we already warned you that Mobiconf will be great! And now we have a proof! If you were there, here you will find a short photo-summary of the summit, plus useful sources mentioned at the conference. If you, unfortunately, missed this year’s Mobiconf, you will have time to prepare for its 6th edition next year. Feel the spirit of Mobiconf – mobile design & development conference that connects both worlds! Thanks to Syndicode’s UX designer, Tatyana Kolyada, for the awesome pictures.
We’re continuing our new regular screencasts series on Syndicode’s YouTube channel! As we are Ruby on Rails agency, we’d like to deliver some great Ruby lifehacks to you and hope you will find it useful! Prepared by Paul Leoniuk, Rails lifehacks will bring you some interesting and useful knowledge. If you will have any comments, questions or suggestions, leave your comments under the post or under the original video on our YouTube channel. Today we’ll tell you about big database queries and highload optimization!
Meet this huge collection of Ruby one-liners! Mostly file oriented stuff, like adding blank lines into files, adding line numbers into text files, counting lines, selective printing of certain lines… But very useful. As a bonus, you’ll find the links to the other lists with different Ruby one-liners!
The Power of Purpose in Building a SaaS Business. Spotify podcast with Calvin Correli, Simplero founder
Simplero is a SaaS platform for topic experts to market, sell and deliver their information online. The platform combines email marketing, invoicing and billing, and digital delivery into one complete package to help to run an entire business. Simplero is a project Syndicode helped to develop, and today we’re happy to share the Spotify podcast with Calvin Correli, Simplero founder and CEO. Listen to him talking about The Power of Purpose in Building a SaaS Business.
When you are a software developer and you’ve just realized that soon the entire continent will change its current timezones.
Today is a special day! For all of us. Well, for those who code. Programmers’ Day is celebrated on the 256th day of the year because this is the number of distinct values that can be represented with an eight-bit byte, and the highest power of two which is less than 365. To make it clear, hexadecimal 100th, or the 2^8. Complicated? As everything in the programmer’s world! Happy Programmer’s Day!
Today we’re starting our new regular screencasts series on Syndicode’s YouTube channel! As we are Ruby on Rails agency, we’d like to devote this series to Ruby lifehacks and hope you will find it useful! Prepared by Paul Leoniuk, every week this Lifehacks on Ruby with Syndicode will bring you some interesting and useful knowledge. If you will have any comments, questions or suggestions, leave your comments under the post or under the original video on our YouTube channel. Let’s start with ‘Flyweight pattern in Ruby on Rails. This is OverDRY’!
If you know how watching only one C# tutorial empowers your skills… Build your own class libraries at your own risk! Of course, we’re joking! Please, don’t.
Howdy! Today we’re gonna continue with our tutorial. This time we’ll talk about DataTables plug-in and Ajax-sourced tables. I thought you’d like to see some real-life examples of using DataTables, so let’s take a close look at how we can deal with serving tables with datasets provided by Ajax request.