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Learning and Growth at InRhythm

Learning and Growth at InRhythm

by Rishi Jariwala | February 27, 2019 | 0

Technology changes at a torrential pace, and in order for InRhythm to continue to bring value to our clients, we have to innovate and keep pace with a rapidly evolving technology landscape. Should we advise clients to move toward a microservice architecture? Should our clients migrate to TypeScript? What is the significance of Design-First thinking? […]

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Iterate Your Way to Success

by Sandro Pasquali | February 25, 2019 | 0

“A learning experience is one of those things that says, ‘You know that thing you just did? Don’t do that.’” — Douglas Adams, The Salmon of Doubt Here’s a thinking tool: when you’re having difficulty finding a solution, guess. Then you have something to work with. In other words, when you don’t know what to […]

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How to Be a Better Engineer 🏆: InRhythm’s Learning and Growth Newsletter

by Gunjan Doshi | February 15, 2019 | 0

  February 11th: How to Be a Better Engineer InRhythm’s mission, in the work we do and the people we hire, is acutely focused on learning and growth. Through the development of InRhythmU, our internal professional growth initiative, we’re developing programs to ensure that our engineers reach the level of technical ability required by our clients. Being […]

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Moving the Needle: The Year for Women in Tech

by InRhythm | January 18, 2019 | 0

The year after the birth of the #MeToo moment was a big one for women in STEM fields, and as we make our way into 2019 the new year presents new challenges and new opportunities to make the tech field more accessible and welcoming for women all over the world. The Women in Tech group […]

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5 Toxic Pull Request Reviewer Personas

by Brian Olore | January 16, 2019 | 0

Pull Request (PR) reviews are a critical aspect of collective code ownership. PR reviews reveal to your coworkers, your problem solving methods, thought process and coding style. Pull Requests also give your teammates insight into the problem you’ve been tackling and potentially visibility into a part of the code they are not familiar with. Making […]

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How to Comment on a Pull Request

by Brian Olore | January 15, 2019 | 0

Since Pull Requests are so important, and it’s easy to make unhelpful comments, how do you make a good Pull Request comment and what does one look like? It’s important to remember that as a reviewer, you are in a position of power. Usually that means the power to accept or decline the Pull Request. The requester […]

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