The Current State of Hiring for Startups

The Current State of Hiring for Startups

In this blog, we’re discussing the current state of hiring for startups. One of the greatest challenges for any small company is building and retaining the right team, especially when it comes to technical talent where the market is highly competitive. Recruitment of full time employees is becoming more difficult…
Attracting the Right Talent for your Startup

Attracting the Right Talent for your Startup

There has been a rapid growth of startups over the last decade as the ecosystems to support these early stage companies have evolved making it easier to start than ever before. One of the greatest challenges for startups right now is the ability to hire and retain quality talent, especially…
Ruby on Rails vs. Express.js. A Ruby dev shop owner perspective.

Ruby on Rails vs. Express.js. A Ruby dev shop owner perspective.

Recently a web development community is being bombarded by JS libraries. The growth in JS world is backed by a large companies — Google, Facebook, Microsoft. Market share noticeably increases. Especially React and React Native are becoming front end standards. The early adopters wave is already behind us. Every reasonable software house…
Business domains endangered by Artificial Intelligence

Business domains endangered by Artificial Intelligence

Artificial intelligence seems to be no longer a matter of science fiction movies, but a matter of reality, which may mean a significant change in the world's economy. It won't be long before many jobs people do today will be done by AI enhanced systems. Let us look at some…
The 4 reasons why React is so cool

The 4 reasons why React is so cool

React has an awesome community. The one reason React has gained so much popularity so fast is its origin. Initially React was created by Facebook to maintain and develop its front-end app. When Facebook decided to open source React, it was already battle proven in a large application and ready…
Custom attributes in Ruby on Rails 5 ActiveRecord

Custom attributes in Ruby on Rails 5 ActiveRecord

Lets assume the predefined ActiveRecord like `integer` or `string` attributes are no enough for you. For example you would like to have a money format, roman numeral, custom time format etc. The Rails 5 provide excellent interface just for this purpose. To demonstrate this feature we will build a model…
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