Engineering Driven Culture – InRhythm’s Code Lounge

  Last week, driven by the feedback from our engineering leadership team, we held InRhythm U’s first-ever Code Lounge, inviting everyone from across the company and a few external guests to learn new skills, brush up on existing ones, or just get help on a personal project. Code Lounge featured technical “stations” for Angular, React, ...

How To Debug an Angular 1 Application via DevTools

The browser provides powerful tools for debugging web applications, including those built with Angular 1. I’ll list a few important concepts, but for an in-depth tutorial on debugging JavaScript in the console I highly recommend reading through the DevTools documentation on developers.google.com. Commonly, you might set breakpoints to explore the code and check the value ...

Code Challenge Accepted (And Answered)

Code Challenge Accepted (And Answered)
One of engineers challenged our entire team with the following task:   Code challenge (in js, obvi). Write a one-liner that outputs (int) 10 using only the following symbols: “+”, “[” and “]” Oh, and you have to explain your answer. Extra credit: Same restrictions, output (string) 20. Now if you want to play around ...

Oh What a Night – Node.js Meetup Recap

Oh What a Night – Node.js Meetup Recap
Last week our Engineers gathered together for an instruction on Node.js with Sandro Pasquali, author of Mastering Node.js. It was a great night filled with study, hands-on coding and creative exploration. All our participants walked away having built a customer service platform upon an SMS messaging layer; a full application in about 120 minutes. Beyond Node, we made ...