The InRhythm Product Design Community

The InRhythm Product Design Community

by Joe Cahill | February 28, 2019 | 0

When you come to work at InRhythm, you’re part of a larger community of people—committed to learning and growing—who are as passionate about what they love as you are. InRhythm’s product design community is growing rapidly, and we continue to bring in the most talented and creative individuals who love helping users and building cool […]

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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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Overly defensive programming

by Carl Vitullo | February 20, 2018 | 1

This post is another one by InRhythm’s own Carl Vitullo. For the full post and additional links, check out the original “Overly Defensive Programming” on his medium channel. I recently asked a coworker why a certain check was being done, and he answered with a shrug and said, “Just to be safe.” Over my career, I’ve seen […]

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Keep Your Codebase Neat and Tidy

by Mae Capozzi | February 13, 2018 | 0

Developers tend to have opinions on style. If you’ve been in the industry for more than 15 minutes, you’ve at least heard about the arguments over spaces or tabs. And don’t even get me started on whether JavaScript needs semi-colons or not. That’s where automatic code formatting comes in. Sure, when you’re working alone on […]

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Traits of True 10x Engineering Leaders

by Gunjan Doshi | June 22, 2017 | 0

Last week, we hosted 20+ leaders of engineering teams for our first event in our new innovation center, 10x Engineering Manager Bootcamp. The need for this workshop came from witnessing how complex it can be to manage engineering teams in agile environments. It’s designed to enable leaders within an organization to lead their teams more […]

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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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