Being a programmer isn’t all about coding, it’s also about proper communication with your peers.
Three years ago (2018) I started writing with one goal, to improve my English speaking and communication skills. As a developer who worked at a startup at the time, part of my daily routine would be to collaborate with business and marketing people, thus I needed to learn how to communicate effectively especially to my foreign co-workers.
Always remember that no matter how competent you are as a coder, there will be others who are better. …
Resulttype has been around for a while, there have been many variations on it on community maintained frameworks such as Alamofire, and RxSwift, there’s even a μframework called Result before Swift 5 introduced the Result type on SE-0235.
Gracefully handling scenarios with two outcomes is something we as developers would usually work on. The
Result type has been added for handling these two outcomes, a Success or a Failure.
This is where the
Result type comes in.
Resultwhenever an operation has the possibility of failure. ~ Rob Rix
Result type is basically just an enum…
Welcome to week two of our Flutter At Home series — a week full of learning, achievements, and amazing talks from our speakers.
We are happy to announce that we now have a total of 20 participants who finished the Intro to Flutter course on App Brewery.
First of all, we would like to thank you for participating in this event!
We will be having our first webinar tomorrow at 6 PM (PHT). Please don’t forget to register here. We will continue to update the webinar schedule on our website.
Welcome to week three of our Flutter At Home series — a week full of stories, and awesome activities.
We now have a total of 39 participants who finished the Intro to Flutter course on App Brewery. …
We’re down to our last week of Flutter At Home: Learning Phase.
Waleed Arshad, a Flutter and Dart GDE from Pakistan, talked about how Rive gives us the possibility to add animations on user interactions. He demonstrated how easy it is to integrate animations into your Flutter application.
It’s been a while since our last update, hope everyone’s doing fine.
Five webinars, an average of 170+ attendees, and over 60+ Flutter graduates. We thank everyone who attended our events. Our team, a group of volunteers, really appreciates it, our efforts to get experts to share their knowledge with our community weren’t in vain.
We have learned a lot from this, hosting webinars wasn’t easy at first but we learned, and…
Modern application development is reliant on code which is written by other people. Most developers today use open source libraries. This can mean that two or more libraries can have the same method/property definition extension on the same object. You don’t want to end up in this situation.
Because of the COVID-19 pandemic, the world was forced to practice social distancing. Remote everything is the new normal, our daily routine has and will continue to change our lifestyle.
A notable example of this is the tech giants such as Twitter that have announced that they would let their employees work remotely indefinitely. Facebook has announced that a portion of their workforce can also work from home permanently. Google and Microsoft announced that they would resume office work in 2021. Other companies such as Coinbase and Shopify have announced that they will be remote-first moving forward.
Companies weren’t the…