In September we are celebrating the birthday of Accesto, this year we will turn 7. For me it's a double anniversary because a year ago in September I joined the team. Using this opportunity, I would like to summarize this period as well as show how our work looks like from the inside.
We have the technical introduction covered in our previous post. Now let’s see how Docker helps to build, run and maintain an application.
If you are not familiar with containerization, then here are the most common benefits that make it worth digging deeper into this concept:
Writing a testable code of an application is as important as writing tests itself. While testing, besides S.O.L.I.D. (single responsibility, open-closed, Liskov substitution, interface segregation and dependency inversion - the five basic principles of object-oriented programming and design), compliance with the Law of Demeter may come in handy as well.
Two weeks ago, Symfony announced a new Dotenv component. I’m not sure if you know about it, but I’m sure you should!
Cutting corners in web development speeds up your development in the short run. But it eventually catches up to you in the long run, causing a lot of stress and maybe even bigger problems. It can kill morale and could be a reason why developers jump ship from your company. Especially when the business side of things doesn’t care about the code and quality software architecture.
A few months back, we were sharing our office with two developers from another company. For a month they worked on a project with us. At that time we had six employees at the office plus two developers working remotely.
A couple of years ago we had a very successful product - a game hosting management panel. Over the years our client database grew and we introduced support for new games and new features.
So you’re trying to develop your application/software product while managing your growing business and everything that comes with it.
How much does it cost to publish an image on the web page? The answer is “It depends on your budget.” Unfortunately, this phrase is the usual answer to most questions regarding the costs of IT projects.