Interactive notebooks aren’t just for data scientists or Python developers. It’s easy to set up a Ruby backed sandbox using Visual Studio Code’s Jupyter compatible notebook support.
This article provides insights into how our backend developer sometimes leverages throwaway code. Maybe you’ll learn something to apply to your next learning venture.
NestJS is an open-source and scalable framework for building server-side web apps. We’ll discuss the practicalities and pitfalls of using it so you can decide if it’s right for your next project.
We sit on a mountain of incredible tools, and it’s fun to root around in them and slap something together.
In this article we explore the pitfalls that often plague Quality Assurance Analysts when leveraging End-To-End testing, and how to avoid them.
Mission Data maintains dozens of deployed Rails apps spread across several server installations. With servers spinning up behind load balancers and instances coming and going based on demand, we find that providing developers with access to production server logs to track down issues has become a growing problem.
At Mission Data, we’re always looking for ways to better serve our clients. When we start working with them, we explain how we generally adhere to agile methodologies to continually make sure we’re meeting their needs at every step in the development process. Over the years, we’ve gotten pretty good at the communication side of serving our clients. But we can always get better.