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Developers and Clients — Should They Talk With Each Other?

Posted by Vlad Prorok on Jan 16, 2019

Express yourself so other people can understand, relate, and, ultimately, trust. This is what most of us are doing naturally anyway. Maybe everyone, developers and clients, just need a tiny push to overcome this obstacle and reap the values of quality communication.

Developing Your Developers

Posted by Matt Tabin on Jan 10, 2019

Being a developer is a bit like learning non-programming languages. More immersion and time spent with a new language means more competency. Make certain developers are following good principles. When a comfort zone is established, take them out of it periodically. Give the development team room within the day-to-day or week-to-week to broaden their knowledgebase and feel challenged. Let them code, experiment, learn, make mistakes, and ultimately flourish on their own, especially if there really isn’t room for new technologies or taking any risks while they’re on the clock.

It’s Been A Good Year!

Posted by Matt Tabin on Dec 28, 2018

We had a wonderful 2018 and are looking forward to 2019!

Javascript floating number precision using Vue.js filters and BigNumber.js

Posted by Javier Munoz Tous on Dec 19, 2018

JavaScript has grown a lot. Today we use it not only for small business websites, but for complex large-scale applications as well. Sometimes we handle issues that are really important for a business, such as buying or transferring money, and we must think about robust solutions for the long-term.

Automatic PDF Invoices In Cryptocurrency Apps

Posted by Andrey Bogdanov on Dec 7, 2018

Proper invoicing, whether it occurs through traditional means, i.e. email, and such, or takes place within an app, must contain several bits of information in order to be useful both to the invoicing organization and its customers.

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