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  • 31 Aug 2021

    Tailwind CSS: Caught in the Crossfire of the Front-end Divide

    Senior Developer

    Very few technologies in front-end development raise such a passionate divide as Tailwind CSS. From people madly in love with it claiming that “it fixes CSS” to detractors that discard it as “just abstracted inline styles”, It would seem that no month can go by on Tech Twitter without a flame war about Tailwind. 

    Frontend, Javascript, Tailwind read more
  • 24 Aug 2021

    Kotlin vs Java: The Advantages for Android Development

    Mobile Developer

    Today, I want to talk about Kotlin, the latest challenger to Java’s crown. Specifically, I’d like to compare the two within the context of Android development. 

    Android, Java, Kotlin read more
  • 15 Aug 2021

    A Guide to Understanding the 12 Agile Principles

    Agile Practitioner

    It takes a great deal of practice to safely say we are doing Agile on a project, but what if we don’t put enough thought into being Agile? Agile methods often leave room for interpretation and acknowledge that you may have to go off-script. It’s at these times that teams are likely to revert to non-Agile habits - that is unless they truly embrace the ideology that’s behind Agile. By following the 12 Principles of Agile in your projects you’ll be able to keep things on track even when it's not clear what steps you need to take. In this article, we will dissect these agile principles and explain how employing them can benefit your team, and in doing so, we’ll see the true flexibility and power that Agile can bring to a project. What are the 12 Principles of Agile?

    Project Management, 12 Agile Principles, Agile, Agile Development read more
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