Together Success: Developer

Hackathon Tips from a Hackathon Mentor

Last month, The University of Alberta’s Computer Engineering Club held HackED, an annual 24-hour...

Tales of a UX Designer in a Dev Shop

I wonder how many designers, after reading the title of this post, thought of a perfect meme to...

Webpack Tutorial: The Basics

A few weeks back, I was chatting with some of my coworkers about how quickly a developer’s...

Top WWDC 2017 Announcements for Enterprise Developers

Apple regained its throne as the biggest mobile device manufacturer in the world overthrowing...

SharePoint Configuration Errors: Where to Find Them and How to Fix Them

If you work with Microsoft SharePoint, you’ve likely come across the following error screen at...

Quality Conf 16.2 Recap: Logging Like it Matters

On December 16, 2016, DevFacto hosted Quality Conf 16.2 – a full-day internal conference...

Quality Conf 16.2 Recap: Introduction to React

On December 16, 2016, DevFacto hosted Quality Conf 16.2 – a full-day internal conference...

Quality Conf 16.2 Recap: The New SharePoint Framework

On December 16, 2016, DevFacto hosted Quality Conf 16.2 – a full-day internal conference...

How Workshops Work For Us

When starting a project there’s a million things to do but little time. Productive meetings are...

Bug or Opportunity?

So you’ve built something neat and it’s heading to production soon.

Avoid Trying to Predict the Future with Cloud Scaling

In software development, we’re often required to make predictions about the future with little...

Nintex – Replacing a Decision Control with Save and Submit Buttons on a Flexi Task

If you’ve got a Flexi Task that has non-standard outcomes (or more than 2) and you want to...

The Power of Investing in your Employees

In today’s highly-connected world, our employees and team members are faced with many...

The Great Debate: Performance is Not Secondary

At DevFacto, we utilize the enterprise social networking tool, Yammer, on a daily basis. It is a...

Don’t Get Stuck Thinking You’re Awesome

Occasionally I see software developers referring to themselves as “senior”. I don’t really like...