October 26, 2016

Going from MVC to MVP on iOS

By Maximiliano Casal

October 24, 2016

Sponsoring Ruby

By Ariel Luduena Karhs

Accessibility on the Web

DevSnack #56: Ideally, web applications should be accessible to everyone. That means including people with disabilities. There are four main areas of disabilities to consider when building an application: visual, hearing, mobility and cognition. Front-end development has ways and tools to achieve this. There’s a standard on how to make web apps and content more accessible to … Continued

A fast CSSconf Argentina review

Last Sunday August 7th, I attended the first South American CSS Conference, which took place in Argentina, at Escuela Superior de Comercio Carlos Pellegrini, Buenos Aires. By the way, I was not alone; three other Moove-it folks were there: @aragno157, @gusability and @Mefistos0. It was a great opportunity to get close to the community and expose ourselves in front … Continued

Speed up your Database!

DevSnack #55: When building systems, we must consider a lot of things with regard to manipulating stored data, so that they perform efficiently. When domain/business data is little there is not much to worry about, however, as it grows, latency becomes a key factor to be cautious about, since it could potentially make our whole … Continued

Dear Programmers: Namaste!

DevSnack #54: As software developers we are constantly training our brains and learning new things on a daily basis. We face challenges all the time and in order to solve them we use our creativity, our mind. But what happens to our bodies? I personally believe that we should cultivate both mind and body as … Continued

Diving Into Functional Programming

DevSnack #53: Scala, Elm, Elixir, Clojure and the list goes on. The software industry is adopting a lot of functional concepts by creating functional programming languages or adding functional support to existing programming languages. If you are not using a functional programming language per se, it is highly likely that you are using one of those concepts in … Continued

Expanding Our Reality

DevSnack #52: Earlier this year, Virtual Reality (VR) headsets and applications started to become more accessible to everyone with a modern smartphone. In the last month, the world was witness to the success of Pokemon Go and Augmented Reality (AR) is now on the spotlight. But what happened before this? What’s the difference between VR and AR?  In … Continued

Customizing Agile

DevSnack #51: The agile methodology provides a great framework for software development, but sometimes strictly following the guidelines is not productive. Here we have five links that could give us some interesting ideas to apply in our regular process.

Avoid the craziness!

DevSnack #50: Are you the kind of person that keeps a thousand open tabs in your browser? Do you use several browsers and find yourself lost between old posts that you, for some reason, don’t want to lose? Have you ever tried to bookmark something you already bookmarked months ago but you have still not read? … Continued

What’s with Elixir programming language?

DevSnack #49: Learning a new programming language can be hard. Even if the syntax of the new language looks familiar, you need to figure out how that new programming language’s paradigm fits with your knowledge. Apart from that, you need to learn about the tools, libraries, modules and frameworks in the language ecosystem and how they work together. … Continued

Off the Rails

DevSnack #48: Rails is a wonderful tool, but day-to-day it can be tempting to lean on a lot of the magic it provides without really understanding it. But Ruby started out as, and still is, a powerful scripting language with a vibrant community. Having been designed from the ground up with “programmer happiness” in mind, … Continued

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