Maintaining the high quality of code can be a hard task. When doing a project, everything can happen: time pressure, client’s urgent needs, poor introduction of new developers, lack of code reviews. Generally, every flaw in the development process can leave unwanted code smells in a project. On the other hand, code can be well written in technical terms, while there can still be space to apply some changes which can positively affect a developer’s efficiency.
Enjoying the sun, tasting delicious food and receiving a huge portion of knowledge about React at a clip? Sounds like a joke, right? There’s nothing funny about it – we’re serious! We experienced all this and much more during the React Alicante 2018 conference in September. We’d like to share our impressions from the conference with you and… our favorite food joints in Alicante!
Legacy code can be awkward to work with. Technology is progressing so fast that things worked with just few years ago are now out of date. The project that my team works on was primarily written in ASP.NET MVC with DevExpress Web Controls and EDMX Database-first approach. We decided to refresh it, clean up the underlying architecture, and migrate it with the view layer to React.
Everybody knows that the business needs and uses data visualization all the time. No matter if it is an Excel sheet or a promotional video; tables, bars and pie charts are used to tell the tale in the data–and most companies are in need of an easy-to-use and powerful tool. What is less obvious, but not less important, is the usage of data visualization in the area of science.