If you work in IT you know that outsourcing is one of the best ways to collaborate on product development. Once, Syndicode even prepared the material about benefits you can get by outsourcing your marketplace. Today we’re happy to announce the event for development companies’ owners and those who seek for outstanding professionals in IT. Get ready for Kyiv It Outsourcing Forum 2018!
Last December Parcel new version was released. And this Parcel v1.5.0 is a huge release! Simply because of over half a million downloads on npm, and over 60 contributors who have submitted over 200 pull requests. Do you want to see why Parcel v1.5.0 is so special?
Since Ruby v.2.5.0 arrived there were a lot of talks about its features and improvements. But one thing left unattended. We’d like to fix this awkward moment and introduce you branch coverage feature in Ruby 2.5.0!
You know that Syndicode loves to share some new and cool tools we’ve found. Today we’d like you to meet Rexbug – a thin Elixir wrapper for the redbug Erlang tracing debugger. It’s an Elixir tracing – based debugger that allows you to connect to a live Elixir system and get information when some code inside it is executed.
On the 2nd of June, the professional conference for mobile apps developers Mobile Fest 2018 will be held in Kyiv. Since mobile app development is one of Syndicode’s main fields, we’re highly interested in visiting the conference to take part in iOS and Android development discussions and find out the latest trends. Save the date for Mobile Fest 2018!
Things get better! Today’s JS digest will have even more neat and useful repositories than we presented you last time. The other good thing should make you happy is that the winter ends and committers become more active! We collected everything worth your attention from GitHub trending JS repositories! Package managers, game frameworks, environments, linters and more… Enjoy these weekly most popular JS repositories and celebrate the end of the winter!
On February 24, 1993, before any code had been written for the language, the name “Ruby” originated. So, despite the first public release of Ruby 0.95 was announced on Japanese domestic newsgroups on December 21, 1995… Ruby’s birthday is on Feb, 24. And two days ago Ruby turned 25!
If you use Ruby, we’d like to have your attention for a minute! There are multiple vulnerabilities in RubyGems bundled by Ruby.
Great news! After 9 months the new Sinatra v2.0.1 released. It’s alternative to our favorite Rails, but we’re unbiased and provide you with all the latest and interesting information.
There’s an assumption that every person tends to exaggerate all the things related to his or her professional activity. Like if someone asks you how long you’re studying Ruby, instead of ‘two weeks’ you will probably reply ‘almost a month’. In order to look more professional. Or if you just have enough work not to distract on 9gag or something similar, you would say that you’re too busy these days and exhausted. Technically, that’s not a lie, but an exaggeration. With no exaggerations, in our today’s digest, you will find very nice longreads, hacks and news will make you more professional! Read Syndicode Digest #44 – Exaggerated exaggerations.