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April 29, 2016

Open source Slack integrations for agile teams

By Juan Manuel Pereira

April 27, 2016

10.5 Talks I Wouldn’t Miss At RailsConf 2016

By Gustavo Armagno

April 22, 2016

About Content Management Systems

By Juan Andrés Zeni

April 29, 2016

Open source Slack integrations for agile teams

DevSnack #38: At Moove-it we love agile methodologies, Slack and open source code. So, like Captain Planet and the Planeteers, combining all three we present you: Must-have open source Slack integrations for agile teams!

By Juan Manuel Pereira


April 27, 2016

10.5 Talks I Wouldn’t Miss At RailsConf 2016

RailsConf 2016 in Kansas City is one of the Ruby community’s most important international events. Working for a company which contributes to Ruby-related events as part of its strategy to build high-performance software teams, I felt like it would be a nice idea to share which talks I’ll attend, and the reasons why I wouldn’t […]

By Gustavo Armagno


April 22, 2016

About Content Management Systems

DevSnack #37: Deciding whether to use a platform for managing the content of a website is a decisive choice to make at the beginning of a web project. We should consider time, budget and client flexibility around requirements. Today’s DevSnack will explore when it’s convenient to use a Content Management System (CMS), and will present some options available […]

By Juan Andrés Zeni


April 14, 2016

Shared Vagrant setup across multiple projects

This post is intended for automation lovers, who want to automate the setup of the development environment in microservice-based projects.

By Gustavo Armagno


April 13, 2016

Continuous Delivery

DevSnack #36: Are you afraid of releases? Too many things can go wrong? Too many features involved when releasing? Lack of coordination between departments? Continuous delivery aims to remove these fears. It’s a software engineering approach that will help you produce software in shorter cycles ensuring that it can be released at any point in time with high quality standards.

By Germán Barros


April 8, 2016

Building Modern Web Apps With JHipster

DevSnack #35: JHipster is a Yeoman generator, used to create a Spring Boot + AngularJS project. A few days ago, the Java Hipster team released the version 3.0 adding support for project generation with a complete Microservices architecture.  Let’s review JHipster through the following links!

By Agustín Pazos


March 31, 2016

Build Made Easy

DevSnack #34: Far behind are the times where front-end projects do not involve the use of JS compilers, complex dependencies and testing frameworks (just to say some). As these technologies appeared to the scene, it was necessary to find a way to integrate them in the most transparent way. These next 5 links introduce us […]

By Diego Muracciole


March 24, 2016

How To Improve Agile Teams?

DevSnack #33: We all love Agile methodologies and they considerably help development teams to achieve their goals and be ready to respond to change. However, in every team, there’s always room for improvement and many things that need enhancement. In this post we’ll share some interesting links that can help you boost your team productivity and “agility“.

By Santiago Estragó


March 22, 2016

Announcing the Mastering Ruby program

After almost two years of successfully running our induction process and improving it, we asked ourselves: why don’t we design a training program, inspired by Moove-it’s Induction—as we call it—, aimed at developers who want to convert to Ruby? Which is what we did.

By Ariel Ludueña


March 17, 2016

New Flavors of Javascript

DevSnack #32: Have you ever tried to do time travel debug, hot reloading, one-way reactive data flow or template literals with your everyday javascript framework? It’s too hard. That’s why the JS community created Redux, React, ES6, Babel, Webpack and some other rad utilities. This week’s DevSnack compiles 5 links that will tell you a little bit about these […]

By Lucas Aragno


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