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From simple text content up to rich multi-user applications, the web can do it all. From a few pages about a local business up to huge ecommerce stores carrying millions of products, the web can scale to it. It’s amazing to think how far the web has come in the last couple of decades - and yet its evolution continues apace.
This rapid pace, however, creates its own problems. The best way to do things a year or two ago may feel antiquated by today’s standards, and the hot new frameworks of today will lose their shine in the years to come. To benefit from the latest innovations, you need up-to-date training that helps you get smart fast and avoid pitfalls. Edument’s web development training - authored by our passionate and savvy web developers - is exactly that.
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If you’ve been at any conference or talk recently you’ve likely heard about microservices. In this course we will look at what microservices are and what advantages (and disadvantages) they offer. With microservices architects have the responsibility to break their monolithic application into a collection of smaller microservices. This gives the ability to easily scale different parts of an application dependent on system load, or to choose different technologies for different services. With this increase in freedom and functionality we also get increased responsibilities for testing, documentation, and security. We’ll dig into all of these areas and see practical solutions based on our experience.
With just a single abstraction and a tiny API, React has no right to be as powerful or popular as it is. Take our course to find out both how and why it works so well!
You've mastered the basics of Ember, and now it's time to dive beneath the surface and understand what makes this web framework tick.
CSS is used to style content on the web. This course goes through the basics, from positioning to selector specificity. We'll look at how rendering engines and the DOM affect how one can write efficient CSS.
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Configuring CMake for success
One common question I get on our Advanced C++ course is how the project structure should look, e.g. should I split the source code into multiple directories? How can I introduce unit tests? Should I compile into multiple libraries?
Each project is unique in what it needs, so in this blog post I’ll go over my general preferred setup and then look at how we adopted it for C++ on Android where we also interface with Kotlin/Java.Read more >
Working Remotely… Very Remotely
Does your job let you travel? Do you want it to? Our job does! And we're taking advantage of it! Read all about our plans for remote work... very remote work. #waaayoutofofficeRead more >
Focus on Business Value with Scrum
How do we, as a company, keep our focus on Business Value, when we our teams are dominated by technical people and developers, who are not always even expected to see the bigger picture. How can Scrum be at help?Read more >