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Introduction to Software Projects Part III: Complex Projects

Welcome back! This is the third and final post where I discuss how we handle software projects at CSW Solutions. It’s time to talk about complex projects. Part 2 of this series mentions that complex projects are those where the technology and/or the requirements for the project are unknown. Our past articles also covered that these projects needed to be broken down into smaller pieces so they can be developed and implemented. Now, we need a...

Node.js: How Web Can Benefit from Non-Blocking I/O

A programming language which has been around web development for a long time is now revolutionizing the status quo with a new face: JavaScript. After years of only being considered for having a place at the browser level and only being good for client-side programming, it’s now on the server side scene, by the hand of Node.js, providing us with a steady new alternative for approaching web application development as a full stack language...

Comparing Issue Tracking Tools We Use: Jira vs Asana

An issue tracking system (also ITS, trouble ticket system, support ticket, request management or incident ticket system) is a computer software package that manages and maintains lists of issues, as needed by an organization. Issue tracking systems are commonly used in an organization’s customer support call center to create, update, and resolve reported customer issues, or even issues reported by that organization’s other...

Bitcoin: within the Now and Future of Cryptocurrencies

“Explain Bitcoin Like I’m Five” is a post on Medium that came live in 2013. Its simplicity won over any other explanation out there at the time, and got the experts and the curious talking. It even became its own website. The story on Medium goes from using examples with real apples to digital ones. It considers the double-spending problem, and trust in the Internet. It closes with this: “Within the system, the exchange of a digital...

Seven Habits of Highly Effective Software Developers

Image source Habits make us. The recurrent activities we do as a team and as tech individuals help us in our undertakes and guide us to inspiration for the projects we develop. This week, Sr Dev. Arístides Castillo & CSW Partner Yoel Sommer share habits and reflections that make them better developers and web makers. 1. We make reversible decisions fast, and irreversible decisions only after having thought very well. We make sure most...

Blogs CSW’s Developers Follow

Image source We’ve written about the inspiration and research phases that our team goes through when developing software. Technologists need to keep up with trends, updates, software releases and community sites; in fact, the average number of sites that someone in our team follows is 6-8. Here are the blogs we’re following at CSW right now. — Ray likes to keep up via Mashable and CNET. Mashable is a site that features “news,...
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Introduction to Software Projects Part III: Complex Projects

April 7th, 2015

Welcome back! This is the third and final post where I discuss how... ...

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Node.js: How Web Can Benefit from Non-Blocking I/O

March 31st, 2015

A programming language which has been around web development for a... ...

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Comparing Issue Tracking Tools We Use: Jira vs Asana

March 24th, 2015

An issue tracking system (also ITS, trouble ticket system, support... ...

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