We are happy to write about the latest news with useful tools and updates. The last version of Credo received only the two minor new features. But it is still worth sharing! Credo is a static code analysis tool emphasizing code consistency and teaching. Credo v0.9.1 released!
At first, we did not pay attention to what day is it today. But today is Friday the 13th! It is considered an unlucky day so you should immediately stop working. Of course, if you consider your work as just a work… But if you love what you do – nothing should prevent you from coding, developing, deploying, researching and so on. This year, in 2018, Friday the 13th will also occur later on July 13. We do believe that you love what you do! So, have a happy deploying (we’re also deploying today!) with our latest Syndicode Digest #51 – Lucky number!
Can you believe that today we’re presenting you the anniversary issue of our Syndicode Digest! It’s already 50 weeks we are picking the most interesting news to share with you all! Developers, managers, CEOs, founders, designers, architects… All of you can find something interesting in our weekly Syndicode Digest! Will the today’s one be special? Sure! Like every single Syndicode Digest! Meet the next, awesome and unique Syndicode Digest #50 – Pigeon masonry!
Every week we find something new for you to explore and give a try. This time the real pearl happen to be found for Elixir users. Meet FunWithFlags, the Elixir feature flag library!
Probably, you don’t remember the first gamepads. So as we don’t. But they existed and seemed perfect for the first players. The same happening with the software – back in the 1970s 2KB of RAM was enough for sending people to the moon. Now 1.5GB of RAM lets you just run Slack. Anyway, the world progress is unstoppable. Let’s evolve from primitive gamepad to Nintendo Switch in out new Syndicode Digest #48 – Gamepad jury!
We love all new tools! Today we devoted our blog to Elixir and everything related. What Elixir libraries you use? What about one new library to give a try? Expat is a library for creating composable pattern matchers in Elixir.
Today we announced ElixirConf EU in Warsaw and offered the discount you can use with our promo code. And we decided to devote this day to Elixir, sharing more information about this Erlang based language and related technologies. Sure, you know Phoenix and Nerves. But what about the rest of popular frameworks? Today we’d like you to meet 12 main open source Elixir frameworks!
Elixir is a dynamic and functional language designed for building scalable and maintainable applications. Sounds great! And there are many people who love Elixir, so do we! But don’t you want to know why Ruby developers are all learning Elixir? You’re invited to join ElixirConf EU and get 20% off the price of tickets!
We love new tools and solutions! Recently Syndicode found new and neat Elixir library and want to share it with you. Meet Elasticsearch library for Elixir!
It happens sometimes that your plans dramatically change. You were going to finish one stuff and begin something else, but suddenly everything goes topsy-turvy. And you find yourself in the Mexican border in someone else clothes. The same feelings you have when a day off turns to a working day or a working day turns into a holiday. Plans change and you don’t know what to do. Well, at least you have us and our stable Syndicode Digest #46 – Bizzare daytime!
Let’s be honest. If you’re the real developer, you must like games. There’s no other option. Today we’d like to match nice things with useful things. ‘Useful’ is about articles, tutorials, and news we share with you. And ‘nice’ (which doesn’t make the first part less nice) – the advice about the Game! We wrote ‘Game’ with the capital because of Cuphead really worth it! Write good code and play good games, that’s all! Read Syndicode Digest #45 – Cuphead strikes back!