Improve Your Debugging Approach for Better Software Applications (& Sounder Sleep 😴)
In the process of developing applications, bugs will inevitably be introduced (“I code, therefore I create bugs” ~ Descartes, probably). Bugs can be introduced for a variety of reasons, such as logical errors, misunderstanding of requirements, lack of tests, tight deadlines, or something as simple as having an off day as a fallible human. However, knowing that bugs are inevitable, we can arm ourselves with tools to quickly identify and address software bugs before they are released in the wild.
How to Contribute on the First Day of a Frontend Project
Uh… it’s my first day
A Game-Changing Computer Science Fellowship For Educators
The Giant Machines LEARN team (formerly Upperline Code) couldn’t be more excited to announce the opening of our application for the Summer…
Data Analytics Made Easy
As business evolves, the necessity for companies to leverage data has gone from a nice-to-have to a must-have.
Releases the Easy Way
Semantic versioning and changelogs are the lingua franca of software releases. They provide an easy means to communicate what’s changed in…
Giant Machines Joins the Pledge 1% Movement
Giant Machines Joins the Pledge 1% Movement and Pledges to Donate 1% of Time/Product/Profit to the Community