The technology job gap

March 11, 2015, 11:59 a.m.

The technology job gap

$500 Billion: The potential salaries lost, as over the next 10 years there will be 1 million more computing jobs than there are students.
By 2018, there are expected to be up to 190,000 unfilled positions in the data analytics field,
Of the 6 industries expected to grow most by 2020, tech currently pays the highest
Average Salary: $78,730

You can tell from this data how big is going to become this whole industry and we are very excited to be a part of it.

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March 5, 2015, 11:27 a.m.

A Successful Way of Building Software

We've been developing Web Apps since 2008, at first, we were basically using Drupal, which was completely replaced by Django a couple of years later.

In this process of building Websites, we've learned so many things and have improved our process by automating tasks and not writing boilerplate code by hand, also, with the arrival of every new project we improve the things we weren't getting quite right in the previous one, the objective overall is to make projects easy to understand and minimize friction.

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Feb. 20, 2015, 12:23 p.m.

Beginner's introduction to React.js

With the growing number of JavaScript libraries and architectural approaches it becomes really difficult to figure out which one would suit our needs, and even whether we need to use one of these or not.

Back in 2013 Facebook released a front-end framework called React that they were using internally for managing user interface updates within their apps. React is mainly thought of as the view part in the MVC model. Its main function is to bind HTML elements to data and once this data changes, React takes care of updating the interface so that you don't have to bind this data manually.

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Sept. 24, 2014, 11:47 a.m.

Logging outgoing soap messages

When you have to fiddle with ye old SOAP services and you use python, certainly someone has made tons of work for you with the suds library, chances are that you are forced to log to show that there is something strange in the endpoint given that usually it is like black magic(for the people behind it that just push the play button but most of the time are not involved in what a rest service is, because are behind an IDE that makes the tricks for them).

We show you how we made it log to a file.   By the way, if you master the Python logging module, you have plenty of knowledge as a Python programmer.  Join in :)

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Aug. 19, 2014, 11:24 a.m.

Using CoffeeScript In Django Projects

About a couple of months ago we released our open source projects page, it is a Jekyll site hosted on GitHub which we experiment with and show our projects on. It started with bare JavaScript and CSS files, included one by one, and then we started using grunt to concatenate JavaScript files.

As Python developers, we love the idea of not having braces and semicolons, so we decided to try this popular JavaScript preprocessor CoffeeScript that we had heard very good reviews of but have never tried. Given that we only had a small JavaScript file it was easy for us to make the change. CoffeeScript is a preprocessor that removes braces, semicolons and provides syntactic sugar and overall syntax improvements to JavaScript, helping to produce cleaner and easier to read and write code. After we transitioned, it was very clear that JavaScript files were easier to read and writing them was a more enjoyable experience.

Following we want to show you some of the nice things that can be done using CoffeeScript and give you a small look into its syntax.

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Aug. 5, 2014, 8:03 a.m.

Extended log for Django

Extended log, that tracks changes in Django models.

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July 25, 2014, 4:40 p.m.

Check if an item is in array for Handlebars

How to check if an array contains a certain item in Handlebars template.

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July 10, 2014, 8:34 a.m.

Switching Between Compass Versions

Compass is a great framework that helps us writing clean styles using Sass, creating sprites, using mixins and among other features it makes it easy to author Websites.

One of the problems we had when using it, was that as we have several Django projects we're very used to have different version of dependencies for each project using VirtualEnvWrapper, therefore, we wanted to as well have multiple versions of compass and switch them in a per project basis.

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June 18, 2014, 10:28 p.m.

Dependency Management In Django Using Bower

In today's web applications it's very common to use libraries and have several dependencies that are used in the front end of our projects. Usually we start by including jQuery and then, we keep adding more and more dependencies as we need. Every time we see more developers following best practices like assets minification and concatenation, often taking advantage of Django pipeline, which makes it easy to have a list of files minified and merged into a single one.

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June 14, 2014, 9:03 a.m.

Software development for Google Apps

Many companies around the world are now using Google Apps to manage their users, emails and documents, all under company accounts like Businesses now require applications to handle information or business process where they need to authenticate people using a username and a password for each place, this is making difficult the user administration giving the multiple passwords you need for each application.

Now Google Apps allows to handle in a single place the user authentication, using the same email and password is possible to authenticate to another custom made applications of the company, making the user administration and access to other applications a lot more easier. Recent projects developed by AxiaCore have this feature and this allowed a more easy user administration compared to the old process of having usernames and passwords for each place, reducing the administration time in more than 90%.

If you want to take advantage of this new feature on a software solution for your business go ahead and get in touch.

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