We ate jambalaya, we ventured onto Bourbon Street and Frenchman Street. Oh yeah, and we learned a whole ton too!
Over the years, Stride has published hundreds of blogs. Our content has been featured in countless publications including Harvard Business Review, Huffington Post, Hackernoon, and Hacker News. Here are our top ten most popular blogs of all time:
Pair programming is one the core tenants of Extreme Programming, commonly referred to as XP.
Extreme Programming is an agile software development process that emphasizes teamwork and simplicity in an effort to streamline productivity and get the best software in the hands of... Read More
Nearly every software development project starts with one question: "How much is this going to cost?"
Perhaps it’s a stakeholder who asks the question: a CEO, Board member, VC, or boss. Maybe you’ve asked your team this question. Maybe you’ve asked.. Read More
Tech teams are getting smarter. Efficiency in software engineering is becoming a critical piece of a company’s competitive advantage. Stay ahead of the curve by knowing the top software... Read More
For whatever else we may love about it, programming can be one of the worst things for your health. Developers face a myriad of physical and mental health challenges. Whether it’s... Read More
When initially learning about test-driven development, it’s tempting to want to test everything using every kind of test. However, when building a valuable test suite, over-testing isn’t... Read More
Prior to joining Stride, I hated meetings. Meetings were boring, time-consuming, and nothing useful ever came out of them. Needless to say, when my first day at Stride was the quarterly company... Read More
Agile has been around for 13 years. That seems like enough time for companies to adapt to Agile processes and get the hang of writing Agile contracts. Yet, when it comes time for companies... Read More
It’s 4p.m. on Thursday. I’m halfway through giving a job offer to Stacey when I bring up the handshake deal. After I finish explaining what the handshake deal is, Stacey is silent. She responds... Read More
There’s a tech talent war in New York City right now. The established firms like Facebook and Google are only getting bigger, and there are more tech startups than ever making NYC their home... Read More
In marketing materials from the world of Continuous Integration and Continuous Delivery (CI/CD) , one often comes across the idea there is a progression from continuous integration... Read More
David A. Black is by any measure an accomplished Rubyist. He is the author of The Well-Grounded Rubyist and an...
Posted February 12, 2016