Oh What a Night – Node.js Meetup Recap

by inrhythmAdmin | July 21, 2015 |  0

Last week our Engineers gathered together for an instruction on Node.js with Sandro Pasquali, author of Mastering Node.js. It was a great night filled with study, hands-on coding and creative exploration. All our participants walked away having built a customer service platform upon an SMS messaging layer; a full application in about 120 minutes. Beyond Node, we made […]

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Who runs the world? Code, Code: What Development Can Teach Us About Creativity and Being Prepared for the Future

by inrhythmAdmin | July 13, 2015 |  0

I recently read a LinkedIn post by Dan Robinson on the negative effects of social media and sharing designs and it has caused me to wonder if designers can learn more from developers than the value of coding as a skill. Maybe us designers can learn a little something about what it means to have […]

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Web Assembly – Addressing Javascript’s Fatal Flaw

by inrhythmAdmin | July 6, 2015 |  0

Javascript is a necessary evil. Well, not exactly, but this is a belief held by some software engineers in various circles. The claims vary, but they attack the same basic underpinnings of the language: As an interpreted, compiled-at-runtime, dynamic language, Javascript lacks even the ‘ability’ to execute operations at a speed that is commensurate with […]

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Blending the Ingredients into the Tastiest Meal: Agile, UX and the Future of How We Build

by inrhythmAdmin | June 8, 2015 |  0

Integrating User Experience Design (UX) into an Agile process is not as simple as combining peanut butter and chocolate for the perfect frosting. The relationship is more nuanced, a better metaphor would be a perfectly layered lasagna. Each “layer” will always retain some uniqueness – be it thinking in code or analyzing user behavior, creating […]

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Diving Into Template Strings with ES6

by inrhythmAdmin | June 1, 2015 |  0

With the exciting beta release of ECMAScript 6, we thought it would be fun to play with one of its boasted features and provide a little tutorial. Template strings are strings that allow for embedded expressions. With the exciting beta release of ECMAScript 6, we thought it would be fun to play with one of […]

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The Recipe For Great UX – An Infograph

by inrhythmAdmin | May 27, 2015 |  0

Successful UX is a requirement in our IoT, not a luxury. But, with all the buzzwords we throw around, the basics tend to get lost along the way. Here, at InRhythm, we continually stress the need to focus. It is often best to ignore all the frills and head back to the basics. Ready to […]

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