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Hiring Developers: How to avoid the best

Iain Cambridge on September 5, 2021

Hiring developers can be tricky: they’re a long term investment, they take 6 months to onboard, and in order to get the best out of them you need to employ […]

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Code Review: Sanity Checks

Iain Cambridge on August 30, 2021

For the most part, sanity checks are put into the code to ensure there are no bugs. For this reason, guaranteeing sanity checks are done correctly becomes necessary. If you […]

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How we think GDPR will going to change the tech landscape

Iain Cambridge on August 26, 2021

GDPR is a massive topic in the tech community with lots of work being required as well as limitations on what you can do to be compliant with it. We […]

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Code Review: Single Responsibility Principle

Iain Cambridge on August 15, 2021

Single Responsibility Principle (SRP) is probably one of the most well-known principles from SOLID. At its core is a desire to prevent classes from becoming overwhelming and bloated. While enabling […]

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How to review your MVP project as a non-technical founder

Iain Cambridge on August 8, 2021

As a non-technical founder, you can be worried when you’re having a project built but do not know if it’s good or not. We want to help non-technical founders better […]

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How to remove secrets from logs with Monolog

Iain Cambridge on August 1, 2021

Logging is a very important part of operating an application if you’re unaware of what happened in your system you’re unable to quickly and efficiently identify the issue. However, logging […]

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Why we choose commercial licensing over FOSS

Iain Cambridge on July 25, 2021

In software development, free open-source software (FOSS) has always been important and without FOSS, IT would not be the same as it is today. It is hard to think of […]

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Code – How and why to decouple from your database

Iain Cambridge on July 17, 2021

Part of the promise of Parthenon is that it’ll let you grow. The way we aim to achieve that is to decouple our code to any specific database or database […]

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Feature: Our Symfony Admin system, Athena

Iain Cambridge on July 11, 2021

Every company needs a way to manage its application and deal with issues such as customers locked out of their account or having problems using the application, and staff maintaining […]

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PHP isn’t that like really bad?

Iain Cambridge on July 4, 2021

The aim of this article is to explain to non-technical individuals that PHP isn’t as bad as many make it out to be. Try to answer some of the more […]

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