Building Command-line Tools: Bash Edition

by Bryan Riley | December 3, 2018 |  0

Bash is my go-to language for building quick command-line tools, but it is also amazing at building extendable tools for wrapping software. A command-line tool with fully documented tags can make your software/code more user-friendly, and that gets your repo cloned. It’s no coincidence that Bash was one of the languages I listed in my […]

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Expand Your Mind 🤯: InRhythm’s Learning and Growth Newsletter

by Gunjan Doshi | November 21, 2018 |  0

At our companywide town hall, we announced our free book program, Pluralsight memberships, and many other benefits we’re providing for consultants as they work to improve their skills and grow their careers. Learning and growth is our #1 focus, and I want that to be clear at every level of our business, including what we […]

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Photography in Design: Tips to Make the Most of Your Photos

by Samantha McNulty | November 19, 2018 |  0

Photography is a crucial part of designing a layout or banner. When thinking about an image to place with text, whether it be overlaying on the image or underneath, above, or to the sides of an image, we have to think about two key factors: does the image make sense and does it have a […]

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WebAssembly Will Change the Way You Code

by Sandro Pasquali | November 19, 2018 |  0

WebAssembly (WASM) is a new type of code that runs in browsers. Previously, developers of browser-based web applications had only one choice of programming language and/or environment: JavaScript. This was good and much gold did the people earn; nevertheless, some weren’t happy that they had only one choice. WASM is here to change that. WASM, according […]

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5 Best Practices for Building Better Forms

by Lily Malykhina | November 14, 2018 |  0

  Various forms like sign-ups, logins or checkout pages are seen everywhere in application and websites, but what attracts a user to fill one out? What exactly makes one click the sign-up or call-to-action button on the page? Forms exist to be filled out, but there are a surprising number of forms which—through poor design, […]

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Building Better Websites (for Everyone) 👨‍💻: InRhythm’s Learning and Growth Newsletter

by Gunjan Doshi | November 6, 2018 |  0

  Sometimes words are too long and complicated so they get shortened and simplified; this makes them more accessible. Those of us in the business of building software are always thinking about how to make our best work accessible to the most people as well. At InRhythm our focus is on creating solutions that work […]

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