The Latest in React and Agile: What We’re Reading Now

The Latest in React and Agile: What We’re Reading Now

by Matt Becher | August 8, 2018 | 0

Here’s what our Practice Leadership Team is reading around the web: Understanding React – React 16.3 + Component life-cycle Medium.com “Having a new lifecycle method (`getDerivedStateFromProps`) to keep props/state synchronized—and the ability to use it to set default state (instead of in the constructor)—is extremely helpful. Its return value updates state (like `setState`), allowing you to update state […]

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Cupcakes, Application Design, and UX

by Sari Morninghawk | May 21, 2018 | 0

This post is another by InRhythm’s own Sari Morninghawk. For the full post and additional links, check out the original “Cupcakes, Application Design, and UX” on her website. My grandkids are often an inspiration for many of my best ideas. For example, when I came home from work yesterday, my oldest granddaughter had her homemade cupcakes […]

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On the subject of Learning and Growth

by Jack Tarantino | April 17, 2018 | 0

Here at InRhythm, we’re passionate about Learning and Growth. Normally I don’t unnecessarily capitalize words, but that’s the subject of this post and I think it’s important to emphasize those words and what they mean. We define Learning and Growth as the process of becoming a better, more advanced person, capable of handling new and […]

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A new point of Vue

by Jack Tarantino | March 22, 2018 | 0

Our very own Anthony O’Sullivan gives his fresh, punny, and appropriately detailed take on Vue.js and we couldn’t have had more fun!

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Examining NYC DevOps Team Motivation

by Anthony O'Sullivan | October 12, 2017 | 0

  As we stand here in the fall of 2017, one must understand why DevOps is a critical mission for companies in NYC and around the world. It has quite a lot to do with motivation. Today, I wanted to dig into some motivational characteristics, particularly for some of the key contributors within the DevOps […]

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Things I’ve learned as a junior developer

by Joshua Villahermosa | July 16, 2017 | 0

I’ve grown a lot as a software engineer since I graduated college. Many colleges don’t teach real world interaction with a team and common coding standards. If you are just starting out as a developer or are more on the junior side, this post is for you. Many of my points come from real world experience and the […]

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