What Alpha Go Means For The Rest Of Us?

14. April 2016 0
What Alpha Go Means For The Rest Of Us?
Image via Google DeepMind AlphaGo, from Google’s DeepMind, made history with its historic 4 – 1 defeat of Go world champion, Lee Sedol. Prior to the five-game match, many Go experts, including Mr. Lee himself predicted that the machine would be defeated 5–0 or, if it did well, 4–1. The result was quite the opposite ...

Why InRhythm Works – A Recent Case Study

31. March 2016 0
Why InRhythm Works – A Recent Case Study
We discuss the ins and outs of our offerings a lot on the InRhythm blog. Our thought leadership spans across the technology space to handle modern software development, Lean UX, and enterprise Agile practices. We pride ourselves on keeping updated and constantly adding on features. Whether it be a new JavaScript framework or technique, like ...

March Meetup Video – Converting a Project from ES5 to ES2015

17. March 2016 0
March Meetup Video – Converting a Project from ES5 to ES2015
For our March Meetup we all gathered at IRHQ with Glenn Hinks to discuss switching a project over from ES5 to ES2015. Glenn has been writing software since 1981 and is a full time node developer working at a live video sports streaming startup. We are excited to have exclusive full video footage for you ...

February Meetup Roundup – Reactive Layout for User Interfaces

22. February 2016 0
Let’s take a moment to think about how we interact with interfaces. I am willing to bet that about half of you think “point and click” while the other half considers “point and move”. At our most recent Meetup, David Valdman covered the topic of Reactive Layout for User Interfaces. Sounds cool, but what does that mean? ...

January Meetup – PostCSS with Nathan Stilwell

25. January 2016 0
January Meetup – PostCSS with Nathan Stilwell
We are very excited to share video from our most recent Meetup where Nathan Stilwell provided an informative rundown of PostCSS and its features. Will you be using PostCSS on your next project? Nathan started off by giving us a little history lesson in CSS and preprocessors which is necessary in order to fully understand why ...

A CTO’s Adventure Across the Pond – Video Blog

30. November 2015 0
A CTO’s Adventure Across the Pond – Video Blog
I was invited to speak across the pond in the UK at Full Frontal, ffconf 2015. It was very exciting for me because it was not only an honor to be speaking along side such amazing presenters as Sara Soueidan, Paul Lewis and many others, but also because I was able to talk about something ...

CTO Video Roundup – Empire Node NYC

03. November 2015 0
CTO Video Roundup – Empire Node NYC
Last Friday, myself and 5 of my team at InRhythm went to the Empire Node NYC conference in NYC. We learned of the history and future of Node/io.js, the upcoming and existing features of the platform and much more. Links: Node LTS and release plans – https://nodesource.com/blog/essential-steps-long-term-support-for-nodejs Slides for ES6 module talk –  http://benjamn.github.io/empirenode-2015/#/1 The Evolution of ...

CTO Video Roundup – Connect.JS

22. October 2015 0
CTO Video Roundup – Connect.JS
I was invited to speak at Connect.JS down in Atlanta, GA on ES6 and React. While those videos will take a little bit of time to be released, here’s my rundown of my awesome experience in the Peach State. Links: How to Learn –  https://speakerdeck.com/airportyh/how-to-learn Dealing with JavaScript errors –  https://twitter.com/johnkpaul/status/655452473054904320 Machina.js –  http://machina-js.org/ Facebook ...

InRhythm Hires John K. Paul as CTO

09. September 2015 0
InRhythm Hires John K. Paul as CTO
InRhythm is one of NYC’s leading agile software consulting practices in the space of modern UX and robust engineering using HTML5, CSS, Javascript and Node. The company was recently named one of INC’s 5000 Fastest Growing Private Companies for the third year in a row and has just welcomed John K. Paul to its Leadership ...

Nothing is Impossible – Making the Switch from ES5 to ES6

10. August 2015 0
Nothing is Impossible – Making the Switch from ES5 to ES6
I have been writing javascript for about a decade now. When I first saw ES6, it felt like JavaScript had been empowered with so many new functionalities, I just had to rewrite everything to ES6. Once I actually begun that process it was tricky in the existing code base and not possible to rewrite everything using ...

A Sneak Peek of InRhythm’s NYC Meetup on Node.js

04. August 2015 0
A Sneak Peek of InRhythm’s NYC Meetup on Node.js
On July 15th the crowd gathered at IRHQ for a Meetup on Node.js. Our senior NY consultant guided everyone through an exercise using Node and then we transitioned to hands-on coding. During the workshop we built an SMS-driven customer service tool using PM2, Gulp, React, WebSockets, ES6 Map, LevelDB, Deploying to Heroku, BrowserSync, Twilio(SMS), and more. We ...

Web Assembly – Addressing Javascript’s Fatal Flaw

06. July 2015 0
Web Assembly – Addressing Javascript’s Fatal Flaw
Javascript is a necessary evil. Well, not exactly, but this is a belief held by some software engineers in various circles. The claims vary, but they attack the same basic underpinnings of the language: As an interpreted, compiled-at-runtime, dynamic language, Javascript lacks even the ‘ability’ to execute operations at a speed that is commensurate with ...