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Grooming Your Project After a Release


8 months ago by Greg Williams on Atomic Spin.
Wrapping up a release for a software product is almost never the end of the development work. When teams are buttoning things up, they frequently make some...

Freshen Up Your Work in 2017


8 months ago by Kyle Harris on Atomic Spin.
With the new year ringing in, I thought I would share a few of my tips for keeping my process fresh and not falling into a rut in the office. Give some...

Computational Narratives with Jupyter Notebook


8 months ago by Ross Patterson on Atomic Spin.
You’ve completed a heroic analysis of a monumental set of data and uncovered some very interesting findings. Now you just need to explain everything...

Simple Android REST calls with Retrofit2


8 months ago by Tyler Hoffman on Atomic Spin.
It’s often necessary for your app to communicate with a RESTful server. In a current project, we chose to use Retrofit2, a library developed by Square...

How to Remove Extra Separator Lines in a UITableView


8 months ago by Mike Woelmer on Atomic Spin.
When your UITableView does not have enough data to fill out the length of the screen, it will show empty cells with separators to fill out the screen. I...

When to Call in the Consultants


8 months ago by Jonah Bailey on Atomic Spin.
The decision to contract with a software consulting team is an important one. Bringing in a consulting team like Atomic Object when you don’t need...

Use ES2017’s async/await in your Ember Project Today!


8 months ago by John Ruble on Atomic Spin.
After recently spending some time with C#’s async/await, I found myself wishing for the same features in JavaScript. I knew such a language feature...

Read the Frickin’ Manual


8 months ago by Bobby Kilpatrick on Atomic Spin.
On a recent episode of the NPR podcast “How I Built This,” billionaire entrepreneur Mark Cuban described how he got his first job in the software business...

Bringing Rails-Like Migrations to JavaScript with Knex.js


8 months ago by Alex Zurek on Atomic Spin.
The one thing you can count on with any software project is that requirements are going to change. The severity of these changes varies, but a change in...

Radio Buttons, Checkboxes, and Toggles, Oh My!


8 months ago by Sarah Brockett on Atomic Spin.
Lately, I’ve been noticing radio buttons, checkboxes, and toggles being used almost interchangeably on a lot of apps and websites. Perhaps I’m just noticing...