Atomic Spin

Reactive Extensions, ReactiveUI, and Whistling Tea Kettles


12 months ago by Lydia Cupery on Atomic Spin.
How does reactive programming work? “It’s all streams,” our program manager explained. “When you update a property in one part of the system, it causes...

Why I Started Exercising Before Work


12 months ago by Gage Vander Clay on Atomic Spin.
After graduating from college and starting to work full-time, I had made it a habit to exercise after work. Recently, I started waking up earlier than...

Surviving a Solo Gig


12 months ago by Greg Williams on Atomic Spin.
While team projects can be challenging due to the need to coordinate and organize efforts, solo work is frequently even more stressful–especially when...

A Checklist for Becoming a Conference Call Rockstar


12 months ago by Jordan Schaenzle on Atomic Spin.
First impressions are essential, and in the business world, they often occur in the form of a conference call. Whether it’s your first interaction...

Programmatically Connecting to WiFi in Your Xamarin.Forms App


~1 year ago by Molly Alger on Atomic Spin.
With the dawn of the Internet of Things, smart homes, and connected devices, mobile apps have become key elements of creating harmony between everything...

Inspecting Safari’s Web Browser on a Mobile Device


~1 year ago by Bryan Elkus on Atomic Spin.
Inspecting the browser gives you access to the details of a website or application. Using built-in developer tools and third-party add-ons, we can view...

Atomic Object Becomes a Certified B Corp


~1 year ago by Lisa Tjapkes on Atomic Spin.
This winter, Atomic Object became a Certified B Corporation, joining the movement of people using business as a force for good. B Corps consider the impact...

Coordinated Cache Refill with Redis and Node


~1 year ago by Drew Colthorp on Atomic Spin.
After launching a new Node.js app we built as part of a recent redesign for a high-volume site, we found some performance problems occurring every fiveResponse...

Review: Kinesis Freestyle Edge Keyboard


~1 year ago by John Ruble on Atomic Spin.
I’ve been a happy user of wasd mechanical keyboards at home and work for years, but lately I’ve grown interested in improved ergonomics. Some...

Design and Dance, a Graceful Pairing


~1 year ago by Mirabella Olszewski on Atomic Spin.
This past year, I returned to one of my life-long passions: dance. In doing so, I was surprised to find a number of dancers who were also designers and...