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Continuous integration and continuous deployment (CI/CD) are well-known practices which are become more widely used by tech teams to deliver software. Quite often, however, these pipelines only go as far as a QA or Staging environment where code…
Elixir is a dynamic, functional language designed for building scalable and maintainable applications.
One of the goals of creating the Pride app was to develop it as an open source project. Right from the start, we decided to make the repository for the source code public on Github. By making the development public we hoped to encourage the tech…
One of the key reasons Red Badger chose to take on the Pride in London App was to give us the opportunity to gain more experience with React Native. React Native is an interesting choice for us. It complements our experience building web…
Here’s our weekly round-up of news to distract you from the fact that we haven’t had a bank holiday this week and won’t for another 79 days. Not that we’re counting.
We’ve always been able to say “There’s never been a better time to be a software developer” because innovation in software engineering is continually accelerating.
This month's meetup was once again held at the Facebook office. With the pizza and drinks arriving in good time everyone tucked in and got chatting.
Last Wednesday, we hosted the first meetup under our new tech community brand welovetech.london. The idea is to host regular meetups, each with a different theme. The theme might be a particular framework or language or it could be something broader…
We are very proud to be working with Pride in London on their events app to be in user's hands in time for the forthcoming festival. We've been working closely with the Pride team through workshops, regular face-to-face catch-ups and over Slack.
The February edition of React London brought us to the World Remit offices located between Westminster and Victoria. The sound of drinks and conversation filled the room but noticeably absent was the promised pizza.
We all gathered for this month’s React meetup in the new Facebook office at Rathbone Square. The amount of beer, pizza and interesting topics was tremendous.
On 28th November, we went along to BIMA’s breakfast briefing on the Tech Trends that really matter for 2018, which saw six-minute talks from four speakers on their tech predictions for 2018 and beyond.
Now, 'end of the cloud' is a bold statement, I know, maybe it even sounds a little mad. And wasn't serverless in the cloud? Bear with me, I'll explain.
In this blog post I will walk you through how I approach making an existing feature accessible in three steps: