A collection of 13 posts
Nuestra web, nuestros componentes
Hoy en día seguimos discutiendo la ganancia de generar nuestra propia librería de componentes de UI. Sin embargo, son estas las abstracciones que hacen que ciertos aspectos cobren el protagonismo que merecen; como por ejemplo: la accesibilidad de nuestras aplicaciones.
Nuestra Señora Del Upgrade – Una fábula sobre código
–Señora mía, necesito tu favor –rezaba la función–. Mi sistema anda mal. Se cae todo el tiempo. Cada tanto nos visita algún programador, y se ve perdido en nuestro laberinto de confusión. ¿Qué se puede hacer? –Hija mía –dijo una voz antigua–. No estás sola. Solo estás confundida.
Frontend frameworks: Criteria & tips to become proficient with new tools
The goal of this post isn't to analyze which framework is better, but to provide a set of tools and a couple of tips to ease the learning of a new framework In the early days of software development applications were made, from start to finish, monolithically. Since computers were
The Many Facets Of Quality
Some time ago, in a talk, someone asked "What is software quality, what gives quality to software?". My immediate half-joking answer was "Software shouldn't get in my way, that's quality!". It was a half-truth, or a quarter-truth, because really, software quality is something with far too many sides. We all
How, What, Why: The three essences of software development
"Facebook is as much sociology and psychology as it is technology" - Mark Zuckerberg In my previous article, Unitary vs Integral Understanding, I delved into how we understand a part of a system in terms of how it relates to the rest of the system. To recap, Unitary Understanding is
Organizational Debt and The Romantic Dev
Introduction While thinking what I could write about, I remembered a distant sunny afternoon, back at the beginning of my professional experience. I left writings about what is now a possible future post and began to write these words... In my early days on one of the first companies that
How to gently upgrade your Java application
When I think about getting an upgrade I usually picture myself like this: But… as the time passes… I feel like Homer applying for the university, something like: Since in 10Pines we reached a successful migration I want to share with you our experience on the road. Also, I want
Something that has always seemed motivating is the feeling that my way of doing things generally maintained good adaptability. Throughout my years of study at the University, and later in 10pines, I realized the type of programmer who I want to be. Many aim to learn Object-Oriented Programming, Functional Programming,