When it comes to software development, rollback/roll-forward plans and CI/CD workflows are common methodologies and workflows that teams adopt to ensure effective development practices.
Rollback vs. Roll-Forward Plans in Software Engineering: Which is the Better Approach?
In software engineering, there are two main approaches to handling changes and updates to a system: rollback and roll-forward plans. Both approaches have their own advantages and disadvantages, and the choice between them largely depends on the specific needs and requirements of a project.
Forget What You Know: The Importance of Being Open to New Ideas in Software Development
Learn and relearn: one of the keys to staying relevant and successful in the fast-paced world of software development
How regular breaks can help you write better code
Here’s a surprise (yet obvious) trick on how you can write better code without doing a thing – literally
Writing Helpful Technical Documentation
Learn how to write helpful documentation that not only helps other members of your team understand your code, but also serves as a valuable resource for future reference and maintenance.
App Optimization: Proguard Vs R8
Proguard and R8 are both code shrinkers for Android apps. They both work by analyzing your app’s code and resources and then removing unused code, renaming classes and methods, and …
What to do with unfinished side projects
So you are a developer? Yes? And you have dozens of unfinished projects? What do you do with all your unfinished side projects?
Clean Coding: A Practical Introduction
With clean coding comes understandability, readability, changeability, extensibility and maintainability. Explore how you can develop clean coding skills in this practical introduction
Working With A Legacy Codebase: Why Rewriting From Scratch Doesn’t Work
What to do if you need to change code that’s impossible to maintain, without making it worse? Explore working with legacy code and why rewriting may bad for you.
Python Data Types
A data type is a classification of data which tells the compiler or interpreter how the programmer intends to use the data.