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Testing is an important part of software development. Although testing is still sometimes regarded as an afterthought, especially in time-critical projects, methodologies like Test-driven development (TDD) and improved tooling for testing have done a lot in recent years to rectify this.

There are great testing frameworks out there for writing…

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At this point, there’s hardly any bigger tech company that does not have an engineering blog.

In my opinion there are a few characteristics of a good engineering blog:

  • The content is written by people like software engineers or data scientists
  • The blog posts are not just glorified product marketing

Website themes
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On many websites, you’ll find yourself scrolling through lists. Some are more simplistic, while others are fancier (e.g. e-commerce websites). Modern websites feature a lot of content, yet nobody likes slow-to-respond experiences. Users will likely bounce off if performance is poor. …

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Nowadays, software gets shipped more often than in the past. Both small and big companies have realized that continuous deployment brings many benefits, like faster feedback loops. Thanks to platforms like Netlify, web apps can be shipped and served by a global CDN without much configuration.

One thing that can…

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In recent years there have been various software-based products where you could easily follow their progress. This hasn’t always been the case. Many products were and are still being created behind closed curtains, only released to the public once they are somewhat ready. Surely, this is not always a bad…

Ali Kamalizade

Senior Software Engineer @LeanIX. Co-founder of Sedeo. Passion for software engineering and startups. Looking forward to build great things. 有難うございます。🚀

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