Remote working has become quite popular. Telecommuting has been around for long to accommodate some workers in companies. This last evolution of the trend is quite different. Let's explore that and see how as a company we can leverage the best out of it.
When testing a piece of code whether it's during a hackathon, software competition, at work or for a side project, you might want to generate random data to see how your program behaves.
If you want to build a world-class product, the experience must include a world-class customer service. You can create the fastest, the most efficient or the cheapest product. If something is broken or
The popularity in the term startup has exploded during the .COM bubble of 2000. The term is often confused to designate a small business, which is very different. In this article, I will
Wireframing is a technique of web application design. It consists in producing skeleton version of user interfaces. I have used wireframing for a long time. I wanted to explain why I've decided to
After an intense period of work, it's important to take some time for recovery to get your energy back. However, how people consider work and vacation will differ depending on the culture. Some
The Lean Startup by Eric Ries is a great book to apply lean principles to build your products or services. It's a fascinating approach that every entrepreneur should have in mind before starting
I came across this book while looking at Buffer's culture slides. The company Buffer has created an amazing culture emphasizing positive thinking, happiness and transparency. This book written by Dale Carnergie is recommended
As an engineer and technology addict, I have always loved creating things. When I was a kid, I was passionate about reading stuff on software boxes: software name, the version number, specs for