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A Fun Bug, Awesome READMEs, & More…

by | Jun 4, 2019

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Dev Corner

  • Functional programming’s benefits extend to lazy evaluation and scalability. If you’re not up to speed on functional programming, this is a good place to start understanding the rationale
  • Back to basics: brush up on your understanding of the 4 types of polymorphism in Java and what they mean
  • In this post, Martin Fowler asks, “Is high quality software worth it?” Or, should we focus on shipping new features rather than making clean, readable code?
  • The README is often the first thing people will see when they want to use your software – make your readme awesome with these tips

Professional Advice

  • For many developers, overwhelm is a serious concern at work – here’s how to combat overwhelm and get some perspective
  • When you’re interviewing for jobs, you should be interviewing the company as much as the company is interviewing you. Here are some key questions to ask companies in your interviews
  • Coding involves sitting at a desk most of the day, but taking care of your body is super important to your success. Simple Programmer makes the case for why developers especially need exercise
  • As a manager, allow your team to think on their own and figure things out for themselves. It’s empowering and builds trust

Tips from Intertech

  • We helped an estate claims company update their application that processes over $1 billion in claims using React – learn about it in our newest case study

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