ITkonekt 2019, which took place on April 13-14, hosted some of the world’s most famous IT speakers. More than 800 developers attended ITkonekt conference. One of the speakers was Aleksandar Arsenović, Software Developer @3AP.
ITkonekt 2019, which took place on April 13-14, hosted some of the world’s most famous IT speakers. More than 800 developers attended ITkonekt conference. One of the speakers was Marko Lazarević, Software Engineer @Symphony.
As LearnUpon CTO and co-founder, programming is my life. For over 16 years, I’ve worked in the eLearning industry, building and implementing learning management systems. And since it launched in 2012, I’ve been scaling LearnUpon’s app to support over 5 million users worldwide. And that user base is going to continue growing.
The popularity of the IT industry has been and still is rising at a staggering rate. Given its global presence, it comes as no surprise to ﬁnd an abundance of people working towards getting their ﬁrst jobs in the industry. To many, this can be a rather frustrating process, particularly when it comes to never receiving a reply, or getting a vague/generic letter of rejection that gives no inclination of what they’re doing wrong.
As a SharePoint developer I have traced different approaches and possibilities of the SharePoint customizations over the years. If you are my colleague, working with SharePoint, you have probably experienced different ups and downs working on SP projects, especially in the development department as the customization approaches have changed over the years and versions of the platform. So, we have built C#/.NET based web parts exclusively in the beginning, but we have also used Script Editor Web part – it was easy to customize DOM on the classic SP sites this way, but we have learned that it cannot be used on “NoScript” sites. Later we got App Parts – Developed using Add-in model, placed in an iframe. Development of it is a little bit complicated and it is not able to access DOM of SP page.
A short story from the perspective of a C++ developer
In the beginning…
The year was 1972. Dennis Ritchie, an American computer scientist, created C programming language, the most prominent imperative programming language of today. It was designed to provide constructs that map efficiently to machine instructions. With portability in mind, it was a relief that you can write portable code which can be successfully compiled and run on various computer platforms.
The old world wasn’t sleeping. Almost decade before the first appearance of C, Simula (“Simulation language”) was created at Norwegian Computing Center in Oslo, by Ole-Johan Dahl and Kristen Nygaard. Simula is considered the first object-oriented (OO) programming language.
It will turn out that C and Simula had major influence on today’s most popular programming languages.
Vuex is a state management library provided by Vue core team and inspired by Facebook’s flux model. It’s really easy to integrate it with existing Vue applications. Also, it’s very flexible and scalable. It’s based on mutability, unlike Redux that’s all about immutability, but the concepts of using Vuex/Redux are really similar.
Being a front-end developer today is much enjoyable then it was 10 years ago. The whole ecosystem exploded, and in recent years a lot of tooling, previously unimaginable, made its own way into our everyday lives.
Our stacks become mightier, features become easier to deliver and yet we still make the same mistakes over and over again.
Whether we are building the next big thing app or just juggling with our client work, there are common problems occurring in both of those cases.