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3 problems in making newbies feel like team members… remotely
3 problems in making newbies feel like team members… remotely
Thoughts on the initiatives that work at AppUnite during the onboarding process, which make our new coworkers feel like team members working remotely
Read more...
How to start your QA career?
How to start your QA career?
In this article, you will find advice that will bring you closer to getting your dream job in an area of Quality Assurance
Read more...
The 8 most common mobile features testing problems
The 8 most common mobile features testing problems
If you have only tested web applications so far and will soon be participating in a project related to mobile platforms, this article is for you.
Read more...
Decomposing domain models based on lifecycles
Decomposing domain models based on lifecycles
There is no one golden solution to decomposing. As it is one of the hardest things to do, it is essential to know the various approaches. That is exactly what you'll find in this article.
Read more...
Junior Dev's first days. From writing to releasing your first commercial code
Junior Dev's first days. From writing to releasing your first commercial code
Hubert, our developer, uncovers some of the rules and steps that we, as AppUnite, focus on while building products for our clients and teaching new team members good practices.
Read more...
Modular software design - 10 common mistakes
Modular software design - 10 common mistakes
Modular software design is all about dividing functionalities into independent pieces - modules. Learn what are the most common mistakes to avoid.
Read more...
Who runs the product? A few words about Product Owner's and Team Leader's roles at AppUnite
Who runs the product? A few words about Product Owner's and Team Leader's roles at AppUnite
Though the titles are pretty clear, the overlap of their duties may lead to confusion. So who truly runs the product at AppUnite?
Read more...
12 things recruiters look for during interviews with junior devs (which you're probably NOT doing)
12 things recruiters look for during interviews with junior devs (which you're probably NOT doing)
Read our developers thoughts on how to get a job as a Junior Developer and don’t be another applicant who doesn’t stand out from the hundreds.
Read more...
Is Code Review harmful?
Is Code Review harmful?
How does code review affect your team? Can it be harmful? This article lists some issues that can be related to code review and some ideas for improvement.
Read more...
Concurrency and parallelism with Elixir and BEAM
Concurrency and parallelism with Elixir and BEAM
Patryk from our Backend team explains the differences between concurrency and parallelism, based on Elixir and BEAM.
Read more...
How to get less feedback?
How to get less feedback?
Many of us wonder what to do to encourage people to give more feedback. Maybe these questions are wrong? Let's stop for a moment and ask ourselves how to prevent people from sharing their feedback?
Read more...
Become a pi-shaped developer
Become a pi-shaped developer
T-shaped skills are a compromise between being a specialist and a generalist. It's considered a great way to grow. But is it the best way?
Read more...
AppUnite Amongst Poland’s Top Developers for 2020
AppUnite Amongst Poland’s Top Developers for 2020
Our team at AppUnite has some exciting news to announce! We’ve just been awarded as one of the top web developers for 2020 by Clutch!
Read more...
Handling failures in background workers with Elixir and supervisors
Handling failures in background workers with Elixir and supervisors
Elixir allows us to write systems that can run practically forever. Does that mean that we don't have to do anything to make our systems reliable?
Read more...
Organizational flexibility in times of crisis
Organizational flexibility in times of crisis
AppUnite always stood for flexibility and now in these difficult times, we had a chance to prove the value of our approach.
Read more...
Mastering development process
Mastering development process
When it comes to being a professional, it's not only about coding skills. It's about mastering the development process. Learn, how to do it!
Read more...
Why shouldn't you use Elixir code in database migrations?
Why shouldn't you use Elixir code in database migrations?
Elixir code used in migrations can cause troubles when we decide to start up our system with an empty database. But we'll help you to deal with that!
Read more...
RxJava Backpressure in practice
RxJava Backpressure in practice
The majority of us know of its existence, but only a few worked with it. It's time to get to know one of RxJava features more, Backpressure.
Read more...
How to migrate live production data
How to migrate live production data
Even simple migrations can be dangerous and when executed incorrectly can lead to errors and downtimes. Avoid these problems with our dev team tips.
Read more...
Enabling constraints in software development
Enabling constraints in software development
You can govern or enable constraints. Here, we'd like to describe a concept of enabling constraints and how to use them in development.
Read more...
3 problems in making newbies feel like team members… remotely
3 problems in making newbies feel like team members… remotely
Thoughts on the initiatives that work at AppUnite during the onboarding process, which make our new coworkers feel like team members working remotely
Read more...
The 8 most common mobile features testing problems
The 8 most common mobile features testing problems
If you have only tested web applications so far and will soon be participating in a project related to mobile platforms, this article is for you.
Read more...
Junior Dev's first days. From writing to releasing your first commercial code
Junior Dev's first days. From writing to releasing your first commercial code
Hubert, our developer, uncovers some of the rules and steps that we, as AppUnite, focus on while building products for our clients and teaching new team members good practices.
Read more...
Who runs the product? A few words about Product Owner's and Team Leader's roles at AppUnite
Who runs the product? A few words about Product Owner's and Team Leader's roles at AppUnite
Though the titles are pretty clear, the overlap of their duties may lead to confusion. So who truly runs the product at AppUnite?
Read more...
Is Code Review harmful?
Is Code Review harmful?
How does code review affect your team? Can it be harmful? This article lists some issues that can be related to code review and some ideas for improvement.
Read more...
How to get less feedback?
How to get less feedback?
Many of us wonder what to do to encourage people to give more feedback. Maybe these questions are wrong? Let's stop for a moment and ask ourselves how to prevent people from sharing their feedback?
Read more...
AppUnite Amongst Poland’s Top Developers for 2020
AppUnite Amongst Poland’s Top Developers for 2020
Our team at AppUnite has some exciting news to announce! We’ve just been awarded as one of the top web developers for 2020 by Clutch!
Read more...
Organizational flexibility in times of crisis
Organizational flexibility in times of crisis
AppUnite always stood for flexibility and now in these difficult times, we had a chance to prove the value of our approach.
Read more...
Why shouldn't you use Elixir code in database migrations?
Why shouldn't you use Elixir code in database migrations?
Elixir code used in migrations can cause troubles when we decide to start up our system with an empty database. But we'll help you to deal with that!
Read more...
How to migrate live production data
How to migrate live production data
Even simple migrations can be dangerous and when executed incorrectly can lead to errors and downtimes. Avoid these problems with our dev team tips.
Read more...
How to start your QA career?
How to start your QA career?
In this article, you will find advice that will bring you closer to getting your dream job in an area of Quality Assurance
Read more...
Decomposing domain models based on lifecycles
Decomposing domain models based on lifecycles
There is no one golden solution to decomposing. As it is one of the hardest things to do, it is essential to know the various approaches. That is exactly what you'll find in this article.
Read more...
Modular software design - 10 common mistakes
Modular software design - 10 common mistakes
Modular software design is all about dividing functionalities into independent pieces - modules. Learn what are the most common mistakes to avoid.
Read more...
12 things recruiters look for during interviews with junior devs (which you're probably NOT doing)
12 things recruiters look for during interviews with junior devs (which you're probably NOT doing)
Read our developers thoughts on how to get a job as a Junior Developer and don’t be another applicant who doesn’t stand out from the hundreds.
Read more...
Concurrency and parallelism with Elixir and BEAM
Concurrency and parallelism with Elixir and BEAM
Patryk from our Backend team explains the differences between concurrency and parallelism, based on Elixir and BEAM.
Read more...
Become a pi-shaped developer
Become a pi-shaped developer
T-shaped skills are a compromise between being a specialist and a generalist. It's considered a great way to grow. But is it the best way?
Read more...
Handling failures in background workers with Elixir and supervisors
Handling failures in background workers with Elixir and supervisors
Elixir allows us to write systems that can run practically forever. Does that mean that we don't have to do anything to make our systems reliable?
Read more...
Mastering development process
Mastering development process
When it comes to being a professional, it's not only about coding skills. It's about mastering the development process. Learn, how to do it!
Read more...
RxJava Backpressure in practice
RxJava Backpressure in practice
The majority of us know of its existence, but only a few worked with it. It's time to get to know one of RxJava features more, Backpressure.
Read more...
Enabling constraints in software development
Enabling constraints in software development
You can govern or enable constraints. Here, we'd like to describe a concept of enabling constraints and how to use them in development.
Read more...
3 problems in making newbies feel like team members… remotely
3 problems in making newbies feel like team members… remotely
Thoughts on the initiatives that work at AppUnite during the onboarding process, which make our new coworkers feel like team members working remotely
Read more...
Decomposing domain models based on lifecycles
Decomposing domain models based on lifecycles
There is no one golden solution to decomposing. As it is one of the hardest things to do, it is essential to know the various approaches. That is exactly what you'll find in this article.
Read more...
Who runs the product? A few words about Product Owner's and Team Leader's roles at AppUnite
Who runs the product? A few words about Product Owner's and Team Leader's roles at AppUnite
Though the titles are pretty clear, the overlap of their duties may lead to confusion. So who truly runs the product at AppUnite?
Read more...
Concurrency and parallelism with Elixir and BEAM
Concurrency and parallelism with Elixir and BEAM
Patryk from our Backend team explains the differences between concurrency and parallelism, based on Elixir and BEAM.
Read more...
AppUnite Amongst Poland’s Top Developers for 2020
AppUnite Amongst Poland’s Top Developers for 2020
Our team at AppUnite has some exciting news to announce! We’ve just been awarded as one of the top web developers for 2020 by Clutch!
Read more...
Mastering development process
Mastering development process
When it comes to being a professional, it's not only about coding skills. It's about mastering the development process. Learn, how to do it!
Read more...
How to migrate live production data
How to migrate live production data
Even simple migrations can be dangerous and when executed incorrectly can lead to errors and downtimes. Avoid these problems with our dev team tips.
Read more...
How to start your QA career?
How to start your QA career?
In this article, you will find advice that will bring you closer to getting your dream job in an area of Quality Assurance
Read more...
Junior Dev's first days. From writing to releasing your first commercial code
Junior Dev's first days. From writing to releasing your first commercial code
Hubert, our developer, uncovers some of the rules and steps that we, as AppUnite, focus on while building products for our clients and teaching new team members good practices.
Read more...
12 things recruiters look for during interviews with junior devs (which you're probably NOT doing)
12 things recruiters look for during interviews with junior devs (which you're probably NOT doing)
Read our developers thoughts on how to get a job as a Junior Developer and don’t be another applicant who doesn’t stand out from the hundreds.
Read more...
How to get less feedback?
How to get less feedback?
Many of us wonder what to do to encourage people to give more feedback. Maybe these questions are wrong? Let's stop for a moment and ask ourselves how to prevent people from sharing their feedback?
Read more...
Handling failures in background workers with Elixir and supervisors
Handling failures in background workers with Elixir and supervisors
Elixir allows us to write systems that can run practically forever. Does that mean that we don't have to do anything to make our systems reliable?
Read more...
Why shouldn't you use Elixir code in database migrations?
Why shouldn't you use Elixir code in database migrations?
Elixir code used in migrations can cause troubles when we decide to start up our system with an empty database. But we'll help you to deal with that!
Read more...
Enabling constraints in software development
Enabling constraints in software development
You can govern or enable constraints. Here, we'd like to describe a concept of enabling constraints and how to use them in development.
Read more...
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