Vim, Tan, Laundry: Navigating the World’s Best Editor

by Ian Shuff | June 5, 2017 |  0

The question that has bedeviled scholars and scientists alike for millennia: how in the world does one quit Vim? View post on One quits Vim by typing  :q and then hitting enter. Now that you know how to quit… why should you opt to stay inside of Vim? Why use it in the face of […]

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Get Paid to Network

by Shivani York | June 1, 2017 |  0

InRhythm’s mission is to provide continuous learning and growth opportunities for all of its employees, with an ease of access to outlets to be a thought-leader in their expert technologies, opportunities for mentorship, and to ensure they are always growing. We believe strongly in hiring bar-raisers and we ensure every addition to our team brings […]

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When to Pair Program

by Jack Tarantino | May 19, 2017 |  0

Follow Jack on twitter @JacopoTarantino for other related topics. Lots of companies embrace pair programming as a way to increase programmer productivity (loosely defined here as delivering “value” which can have many forms, but is generally interpreted as writing more code per day) but is it really that great? I’ve wondered why we should pair program and when […]

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How to Onboard a UX Designer with a New Client Partner

by Amit Deshpande | May 1, 2017 |  1

I must profess that user-experience design or UX should no longer seem an alien concept to anyone who works in technology. Users participate in their own experience when browsing through the feeds in Facebook accounts, book an Uber, or swipe left/right on some popular app (you know that app… come on). These tools have become […]

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Engineering Driven Culture – InRhythm’s Code Lounge

by Shivani York | April 25, 2017 |  1

  Last week, driven by the feedback from our engineering leadership team, we held InRhythm U’s first-ever Code Lounge, inviting everyone from across the company and a few external guests to learn new skills, brush up on existing ones, or just get help on a personal project. Code Lounge featured technical “stations” for Angular, React, […]

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Preparing your Angular 1 codebase to upgrade to React or Angular 2

by Anthony O'Sullivan | April 24, 2017 |  2

Thank you to InRhythm teammates Mike Fisher and Khaled Mohamed for their invaluable contribution to this article. Managing a gradual, staged transition from Angular 1 to Angular 2 or React is not a pipe dream. Upgrading does not have to mean a full rewrite, nor a significant disruption to the release cycle. Although the risk can be high, you’re […]

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