React and Redux - 10 examples of successful Web App Development
Almost half of React apps use Redux today. The question is - why is Redux gaining so much steam? And, is React becoming more popular thanks to Redux?
Technical debt - 6 things a business should know about it
Technical debt is not totally bad by definition. In fact, you could argue that technical debt is absolutely essential for business growth.
Why Your Company Values (might) Stink
What are company core values? How to identify them and why are they so incredibly important?
Serverless Computing - 5 pitfalls to avoid in your project
The top 5 pitfalls of Serverless Computing and how to overcome them. Learn how to avoid problems with Microservices, Timeouts, Vendor Lock, Cold start and Running dry database connections.
Read an Interview with Lukas, who after years of working as a welder, became a self-taught Front-end Developer.
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Why use Node.js? 9 examples of successful Node.js apps'
Why use Node.js? Let the examples of Node.js apps speak for themselves: discover Uber, Figma, SpaceX, Slack, Netflix and more!
Refactoring vs. Rewrite - Which is a Better Option ?
Refactoring vs. Rewrite. When to Refactor or Rewrite Your Code? What factors should you consider before the final decision?
CTO myths debunked: Interview with Masterborn’s CTO Przemysław Królik
What is a CTO and what are the most popular myths about the role of a CTO? Read the Interview with MasterBorn's CTO Przemek Królik
Separation of concerns in modern React apps - key principles and examples
Building React apps, ever wondered where to put that "thing", and how to name it?
Top 11 technology trends and concepts to follow in 2021
COVID19 has redefined pretty much everything we took for granted before 2020, and prompted the emergence or advancement of certain phenomena, technologies or concepts. We know it's hard to keep up with the technology trends at the pace at which it's morphing and evolving.
Signal, DuckDuckGo, Brave and other TOP privacy apps for 2021
We all love to use tech products like messaging apps, email apps, and search engines. But this comfort comes at a price. Tech giants like Facebook and Google, which own the most popular communication tools in the world, are in the business of user data. Scandals like Cambridge Analytica made that painfully clear.