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.NET Core, OSX, libcurl, and OpenSSL


21 days ago by John Ruble on Atomic Spin.
.NET Core makes it convenient to develop and test C# code across platforms. On my current project, this means we can do much of our work on Macs without...

Small, Simple, Functional Lenses for TypeScript


22 days ago by Drew Colthorp on Atomic Spin.
Building apps in Redux requires frequent updates to nested immutable data structures–something that’s not particularly natural in TypeScript or JavaScript...

Should UX/UI Designers Code? Finding a Balance Between Yes and No


23 days ago by Kyle Harris on Atomic Spin.
“Should software designers code?” I have heard this question asked over and over again within the design community. There’s not a definitive...

Exporting a Java Library to a Xamarin.Forms Android Project


24 days ago by Lydia Cupery on Atomic Spin.
The device on our current project has two unique software development kits (one for Android and one for iOS). My team wanted to use Xamarin.Forms to create...

My Favorite Commands from a Year of Vim


25 days ago by Jarek Wojciechowski on Atomic Spin.
I’ve been using Vim as as my primary text editor for a little over a year now, and I’d like to share some of my favorite commands that I’ve discovered...

Twitch Single Sign-On with Ember Simple Auth


26 days ago by Ryan Abel on Atomic Spin.
I’ve been messing around with some Twitch integrations in my free time. Twitch’s API is well defined and has some very good documentation around...

Remembering the Utils: Substitutions with Sed


27 days ago by Jake Fenton on Atomic Spin.
We recently completed a major refactor in our project’s ORM. Among other things, it affected one of the functions we used throughout our tests to...

A Simpler Case for Functional Programming & “Elegant” Code


28 days ago by William Shawn on Atomic Spin.
A lot has been written about the benefits of functional programming, but little of it is accessible to a newcomer. Some of the benefits are easy to understand...

Design Thinking Toolkit, Activity 3 – POEMS


29 days ago by Kimberly Wolting on Atomic Spin.
Welcome to our series on Design Thinking methods and activities. You’ll find a full list of posts in this series at the end of the page. POEMS POEMS...

Finding a Win-Win in Difficult Situations


30 days ago by Michael Marsiglia on Atomic Spin.
There are some extremely smart and creative people in the tech world. Surprisingly, many of them struggle with the simple concept of finding a win-win situation...