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August 27, 2015

Mobile Meetup Montevideo

By Michel Golffed

August 26, 2015

Introducing Architecture Design Reviews

By Gian Zas

August 21, 2015

Android pearls - Face Detection, Beacons and more

By Juan Manuel Pereira

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August 27, 2015

Mobile Meetup Montevideo

August has been a very exciting month for mobile app developers in Uruguay. Last Thursday took place the first Mobile Meetup Montevideo during this year.

By Michel Golffed


August 26, 2015

Introducing Architecture Design Reviews

The importance of introducing periodic architecture design reviews in your code review process.

By Gian Zas


August 21, 2015

Android pearls – Face Detection, Beacons and more

DevSnack #3: Facebook is getting rid of JSON in their Android app. Do you want to promote your Android apps? Google can help you! Learn about this and other Android news on this week’s DevSnack.

By Juan Manuel Pereira


August 14, 2015

The future of CSS, guidelines and tools to build everything you can imagine

DevSnack #2: This week we bring you a collection of five links that will change your perspective on CSS.

By Nicolas Suarez


August 7, 2015

Memory leaks, awesome Ruby libraries and more

DevSnack #1: A selection of five interesting articles shared internally in our #ruby Slack channel.

By Gabriel Fagundez


May 8, 2015

Mastering CSS: BEM and ITCSS

A few days ago, Moove-it gave us the chance to meet Harry Roberts, an experienced Front End developer. Harry provides courses to companies such as Google, Etsy, and the BBC. The focus was on improving our Front End skills through a two-day workshop, but the experience gave us more than a bunch of technical skills and knowledge. Writing CSS is very simple. Learning the language is not a big deal. It takes no more than 2 minutes to write 3 lines of CSS to style an element of the DOM. But, let's think beyond that. What if the application grows bigger than we had originally expected, at the beginning of the project? Is our code maintainable? What things should we consider in order to write more maintainable and scalable CSS code? Let's look at just two technical elements we learned during the workshop.

By Gabriel Fagundez


April 14, 2015

What is coming up in Rails 5

While Rails 5 is still in the pipeline I went through its changelog and the source code to see what's coming up. I got very excited about a bunch of new features I believe will make our lives easier! So, let's start by looking at the changes. First of, the new version will require Ruby 2.2. So if you are thinking of upgrading your app to Rails 5, you should start with upgrading Ruby.

By Pablo Ifran


March 26, 2015

Crash or… Monit!

As an application grows it starts demanding more and more work. At some point of the ongoing project, processing a task in the background becomes a necessity. One of the most popular tools to accomplish this in Ruby is Sidekiq. Now, did it ever happen to you that you get it all up and running on the server and the next thing you know is the server is down and you get a colorful variety of error reports yelling that stuff is not working? Meet Monit, a tool that'll let you get ahead of trouble. It automatically restarts programs when they crash and can send email reports on failures! In case you want to try it out –and make yourself a favour– here's some aid on installing, configuring and get it up and running.

By Andreas Fast


December 1, 2014

Just Enough Linux to be Dangerous

This post is inspired on a talk about Ruby & Linux at the RubyConf Uruguay 2014.

By Andreas Fast


November 14, 2014

Agile Retrospectives

A few weeks ago, our team participated in RailsRumble, a 48-hour-non-stop programming competition. We named our app Kaigi - Japanese for “business meeting”.

By Michel Golffed


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