#software-development

Dart and Flutter data structures: A comprehensive guide - LogRocket Blog
This is probably not the first time you've heard of data structures.
How not to write property tests in JavaScript
Property-based tests give us more confidence in our code. They're great at catching edge-cases we may not have thought of otherwise. But this confidence comes at a cost.
%%title%% The difference between a data analyst and a data scientist
You're a fresh graduate and you're thinking of starting your career in a data-related role, but on the LinkedIn Jobs portal, you come across so many different job descriptions for data analyst, data scientist, business analyst, data engineer, machine learning engineer, the list goes on and on.
How many titles does it take to run a software engineering team?
I hated group projects in school.
Rethinking Programmer Education for Today's Coders
By: Mike Loukides on
The proliferation of low-code and no-code applications are changing the landscape for software.
Code Quality Automation: What's Around the Corner?
If you look at the coding mistakes we make, most of them are repetitive.
The 7 Most Popular Project Management Methodologies and Who They're Best Suited For
If you've ever taken a tour of a co-working or startup office space, you've probably heard the terms 'Agile', 'Scrum', and 'Waterfall' communicated between the offices.
PHP Date and Time Recipes
Dealing with dates and times is one of those things that can frustrate programmers a lot.
Data scientist shortage: Can your company use citizen data scientists?
Teaching data science to people you already have on staff can help alleviate the massive shortage of data scientists. Here's where to find them.
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How to hire a developer straight out of bootcamp - without getting burned
There's a worldwide talent shortage in software development, and nearly one-third of hiring managers have hired someone from a coding bootcamp to help fill the void.