October 8, 2019

By Jared Selcoe

September 19, 2019

By Federico Ojeda

Our Recipe for Software Development Success

“It is easier to prevent bad habits than to break them.” – Benjamin Franklin The elegant software we love to build doesn’t arise magically. We hire talented developers, but people are only one part of our recipe for creating quality code. Equally important are the processes our team uses. We have a set of best … Continued

Sponsoring Collision: a horizon-expanding experience.

Collision is North America’s fastest-growing tech conference. It brings together the people and companies redefining the global tech industry.  We’re so happy we chose to be a part of this epic event by both attending and sponsoring it. A new mindset.  We’ve sponsored many conferences including Ruby Conf, Node Summit, and Railsconf. They each focus … Continued

Our Experience – Drawing a ruler with SpriteKit

Introduction This spike was aimed at gathering knowledge and practical experience on SpriteKit through carrying out an exercise of  (partially) porting the code of a ruler I had it implemented in Swift to SpriteKit. As a brief background, this ruler increases and decreases its size when scrolled (through a pan gesture). The rationale behind this … Continued

How To Set Up A Google Cloud CDN For Serving Images

The Problem Images are an integral part of many websites’ user experience, but storing and serving images can be a deceptively challenging problem. If you store your images on a server filesystem, the server and codebase need to be optimized for rapid file reads. If you store your images in a database, space can rapidly … Continued

Apple WWDC 2019 recap

It’s been a week since WWDC 2019 – Apple’s Worldwide Developer Conference. That may sound like a long time, but it hasn’t been enough to fully grasp everything that was announced given that this was one of the densest and exciting WWDCs in years. A variety of new products were revealed, such as the new … Continued

SSL Certificate Hardening With NGINX

SSL certificate security has never been more important than it is today. Browsers have begun to show users a warning on sites that don’t use HTTPS, more confidential information than ever is being communicated via web applications, and data-snooping criminal activity continues to grow year over year.   As such, today I am going to … Continued

React Native Workshop

Here at Moove It, we like to stay updated on the latest technologies. One of these is React Native, the Javascript framework that is taking over the mobile world by storm. Using it to develop an application for both iOS and Android is a breeze! Since it may be difficult to level the performance of … Continued

Code Review: the art of human communication

We are rigorous with the code we deliver. Just because? No. We are strict because we are what we deliver. Trustworthy, reliable and clean code make products scalable, clients happy and developers’ experience better. Since we started writing code more than 10 years ago, we have been refining a well-known process called “code review”. It … Continued

Methodology, how to Manage Modern Software Projects: Waterfall vs Agile

In 2000, the FBI started developing a criminal case management software system called the Virtual Case File. It was a complete failure. The cost of this project was estimated to be over $170 million dollars and after 5 years of developing, prototyping and designing they had to abandon the project with nothing to present. Why … Continued

Why and how do we invest so much time recruiting?

Our culture is our people. Products are designed and implemented by the team. Code is written, tested and deployed by our crew. And guess who is solving our problems and hacks…no wonder it is our staff. One of the most important tasks we have in Moove It is recruiting. In this article, we will try … Continued

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