There is a particular art to interviewing for software development positions. I’ve interviewed for many different jobs over the years, from burger joints, lifeguarding, IT support, and of course, MANY software development interviews. I should note that this article will not help you with any technical questions since there are…

If you’ve worked in software development for any amount of time you’ve definitely heard the words “Scrum” and “Agile” before. In today’s day and age, it is almost impossible to avoid these two project management practices. But are they really different? Can you have one without the other? In theory…

The field of software development has taken off in the last few years. Today, there seem to be more job openings for software developers than actual developers to fill them. This generally seems to be a good thing for developers nowadays since this forces companies to be more competitive with…

I’ve talked about React in the past, and I’m bringing it back up again. React's popularity is an issue I’ve brought up with several other points, but I want to focus on the overhyped nature of React specifically. I want to talk about how React got to be overhyped, what…

This issue boils down to non-technical people making technical decisions. I’ve talked about this in previous articles that I wanted to spend a little bit more time on. My main issue here can be with Agile management, if you have, but this is not about Agile at all. …

If you’ve read any of my other posts, you’ll know that I’m a HUGE fan of Angular. I’ve written quite a few pieces about why I think Angular is great. However, I’m writing this to challenge myself and see when Angular would fail you. What do I mean when I…

I have done a lot of writing around front-end technologies in the past; for this particular post, I want to focus on Angular and why it’s the best choice for the enterprise environment. Before we get into that, I think we need to figure out what I mean by enterprise…

I’ve talked about Agile before, but I think it’s time to talk about it again. I’ve worked in so many different Agile environments and have talked to other developers about their company’s Agile approach. …

Welcome to part 2 of my Svelte journey! If you haven’t seen part 1 you can read that here:

Part 1 includes a brief history of Svelte as well as my initial feedback of what I think of Svelte after going through the tutorials and seeing some of the capabilities.

This week I decided to give Svelte a go and build an app. I wanted to answer a few questions, namely, what is it? What does it bring to the table? Should you consider it for your next project? I’ve never used Svelte before so this will be a learning…

Sam Redmond

Programmer with a passion

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