With the Limpid Markets platform needing a new technical direction, it was time to do some intense learning by revisiting one of our own digital products, MEMZ, during a full-throttle hack week involving Elm, Elixir and Phoenix.
We’ve got some exciting side projects in the pipeline, Dave has written an Angular template type checker and VJ hurts our brains when he introduces us to the concept of zero-knowledge proof.
October’s instalment of Interesting Stuff Club and we have two new members. There’s a running theme of computing; namely the history of, and women of. Then there’s the usual talk of science, podcasts and design, though maybe not what you’d expect!
Rachael and Ryan attended Generate Conference last week; here’s Rachael’s highlights. TL;DR – it was great!
This post explains how using a pattern library has benefitted our clients’ projects, and whether it would be a good tool for yours.
Instead of our monthly code kata session we decide to switch things up a bit and give Mob Programming a go. For this, I decided to pose as a typical client and send a small project idea through our website enquiry form. And then allow the ‘Mob’ to interpret those requirements and build some software following MobProgramming techniques.
Interesting Stuff Club – where we share what we’re up to in our own time. Ryan has been learning about the user research process, the guys have been to an Elm meetup, and Kirsten tells us how we can all take our learning up a level to mastery.