In the midst of all articles regarding Coronavirus (COVID-19) and remote work, I'm going to try not to write the same things all over again but instead go over my mindset in this situation, list resources and tips that I've been using so far that helped me to be more productive and share some suggestions from a group perspective that JSGuru as a company has learned over the years working remotely. Read more
Long time no read! I’ve been quite busy building awesome stuff for our clients so I haven’t had the time to write in quite a while. I still don’t have it to be frank, but this is gonna be a somewhat short read so I managed to squeeze it into my schedule.TLDRIf you’re not interested in the story behind this list just skip to the end. I highly recommend covering these resources if you’re considering learning GO. Read more
We personally work and live with Artificial Intelligence every day but the majority of us aren't aware of it. AI is already part of our daily lives therefore it is extremely important for us to understand the status of Artificial Intelligence, how we can create and contribute to a future world. Read more
There are always a few of us in the IT world searching for a good tech conference or summit, because many of the well-known ones turned into these crowded commercial things where you end up running from stage to stage with a horrible gut feeling of missing out.And look, everybody has their own definition of good, but essentially we're looking for inspirational/insightful stories and talks that are going to leave a longer impact on us, obviously good networking and cool tech showcases. This sounds really simple, but believe me, I've attended a lot of them in the past two years and it's hard to find a match. The usual story is that a conference has good talks, but not so good networking opportunities, or it's getting too big to properly take advantage of everything that it has to offer. Is Dublin Tech Summit the same or it has that special spark, let's find out... Read more
Ionic allows developers to build mobile applications using web technologies and allows access to native features such as file storage, camera, flashlight and many more. The first version was released in 2013 and built using Apache Cordova and AngularJS but recent versions, while still using Apache Cordova, are using Angular instead of AngularJS. Read more
I'm sure that at least a couple of times you've seen that quote: " A journey starts with a single step." And we bet it has been one of a few rare constants in your Instagram feed. Even with this being such a cliche, it can't be closer to the truth. One of the basic steps for a successful IT project is creating a proper request for proposal, and it's one of the earliest steps in the life-cycle. Read more
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