Testing Process optimization with more Documentation

  To create effective and efficient software tools, your design must undergo a serious testing process. This procedure has to be thorough so that any issues are resolved well before the software’s distribution. Although a comprehensive evaluation is required, there are ways to optimize this task, decrease the effort and make your testing

Digital Marketing Best Practices for Tech Companies

  This ​year, ​we ​attended ​Digital ​Summit ​Chicago ​– ​a ​digital ​marketing ​conference ​featuring thought ​leaders ​from ​companies ​like ​Microsoft, ​AOL, ​Pandora, ​and ​AllRecipes.com. Below, ​we ​wrote ​up ​our ​favorite ​insights ​that ​we ​learned ​from ​this ​event. ​These ​best practices ​can ​be ​utilized ​by ​any ​tech ​company ​to ​compliment ​their ​sales ​strategy.

Automating your VPC with Terraform and Jenkins

In DevOps, they say once you have to complete a task more than once manually, it’s time to automate the process. One of the tasks we do in AWS is duplicate environments for Dev, QA, Staging, and Production. So it’s time to create some templates and automate the process with

Machine Learning Made More Effective Through Python

  Machine learning, a branch of artificial intelligence, is a method of data analysis that automates analytical model building. While artificial intelligence covers the broad concept that machines should be able to perform what humans consider “intelligent” tasks, machine learning is based on the idea that machines should be able to learn and

How Custom Software Solutions Can Automate Your DevOps?

  Today’s companies routinely leverage IT products to conduct their business. Many of them empower their IT departments to maintain the computing environments as well as the software and services that are used throughout the company. As virtualization and cloud technologies continue to grow, automating the deployment and environment setup has become even

How helpful Golang for Ruby On Rails Guides for Developers

  As the Ruby on Rails community becomes increasingly mature, additional time is spent optimizing different aspects of the program rather than creating a completely new web application. This means performance and memory consumption start to play a significant role in its day-to-day development. So now we have much more instantaneous communication, lots

How to collect aggregated statistics in a Ruby on Rails application?

  It is important to collect aggregated statistics so that management can analyze the data and make well-informed decisions.  Sphere was retained by a client in the recruiting industry who, among other things, needed to collect the following data: Total shifts posted Total hours posted Total shifts worked Total hours worked Average length

C-for-GoLang, Bindings Generator With Use of C/C++ Library Within Golang

  Your team has decided on Go after months of months of developing modules and roadmapping for a large project, but since there are three external dependencies in C/C++, your entire project will now have to be done in C/C++. What does this mean? Now, at least half of your development time will

Ampersand.js: An Alternative to Backbone.js

  When trying new, modern frameworks, developers often face problems like poor official documentation and a lack of real-world examples. A guide that explains using the framework according to best practices/approaches may also be absent. In this article, I provide an overview of Ampersand.js, a more or less modern framework, that could be

A step-by-step guide for development of Node.js APIs

  Many articles describe the interaction between Node.js and Elasticsearch, but they often do not clearly explain how this interaction was achieved. To fill this gap, this article describes test-driven, step-by-step development of a simple RESTful API into an Elasticsearch in Node.js. My main intention is to show Node.js developers how a RESTful