Disclaimer: I’m not describing the migration process step-by-step or TypeScript itself in this article. You can find many resources on that online, including official TS docs.
18 months since the beginning of the global pandemic, remote work has changed significantly. Many companies switched from in-office to fully-remote work. Let’s see what are the 10 things this pandemic changed in remote work.
In one of our projects at Yumasoft we needed to replace npm library’s implementation with a custom one. This was needed because one of the components we use created their own version (fork) of this npm package (the component uses this library internally). In order to make the component working correctly, we had to use the component’s authors version of the library, instead of using the original npm package. It turned out to not be an easy task, but finally we found a nice and easy solution.
Today, when most companies work remotely, communication becomes crucial. We often struggle with lack of good communication we used to know from the office environment. However, was this office communication really effective? Didn’t we waste too much time on coffee breaks and randomly talking with coworkers? Let’s see how asynchronous communication can make our remote work super-effective.
In React applications, I often realize that my component starts getting too big. It starts to have too many responsibilities. Sometimes I also see that the part of my component might be reused by other components. This is a great moment to extract this part of the component into a separate one. In today’s article I’m presenting how I do it quickly and effectively.
IT conferences are a great way to stay up-to-date with technology and the newest industry trends, but also to interact with fellow programmers or specialists. At Yumasoft we also value conferences and our colleagues often attend such events. However, as we are now in the middle of the global pandemic, the conferences – as most of the activities – moved online. Is it possible for an online conference to provide as much value as the offline events used to provide? Is it worth paying for online conferences’ tickets? Do online conferences provide any sort of community interaction?
On 20th March 2021 I had a chance to attend the Boiling Frogs 2021 conference. The event was held 100% online this year. I was not sure whether this was a good idea to take part in an online conference, but finally decided to try. In this article I will try to point out how the event was organized, what worked and what could have been better in my opinion.
In one of our biggest projects, we were using Bootstrap 3.4 for a long time. Finally, we decided to move on and upgrade it to the latest version – 4.5. This post summarizes how we did it and where we struggled the most.
Now that the whole world is using encrypted connections, our privacy becomes more important as we do more and more things online. Connections to banks, official, medical matters. On top of that, there is the Covid 19 pandemic that moved our lives even further into the online world. Nobody currently imagines that someone could eavesdrop on our transmission. Encrypted connections protect our privacy. Everyone says “we need to make it so that there is an SSL.”, but what does it really mean if something has an SSL? The following article should explain a bit.
In the previous article we took a look at the biggest myths about digital nomads. Today we’re going to take a look at common misconceptions about remote teams.
People have various images of remote teams. Even though remote work becomes more and more common nowadays, there are still many stereotypes about non-stationary teams. In today’s article I’m demystifying 5 biggest of such myths.