Using Discrete Logarithms to Randomize a Million Integers
Keydown is likely the only keyboard event we need. The others, who needs them? Not us! Okay, maybe keyup goes on the shelf just in case, but surely keypress can be tossed out.
The UX of UX—Your colleagues are users
Programming can take many forms. The automation features on iOS are the next frontier of shell scripting.
Learn how to use the olive_branch gem to keep JSON data consistently cased for data over stock HTTP and WebSockets connections.
Today, we want to recognize and celebrate the newest member of the Mutually Human family — Jenna Elamin-Mueller! Jenna is an amazing developer. We’re so excited to have her as a part of our team!
Fun with the 2017 Advent of Code
Full-stack testing is really useful but it shouldn’t be the only tool a developer reaches for.
Some people like flowers, others like socks. Knowing your audience is crucial is software design and beyond.
Today, we’re welcoming our newest team member, Chandu Tennety, into the Mutually Human family! Chandu is an incredible software engineer and we’re so glad he’s decided to work with us here at MH!
The other day I was on a design roll. The UI pieces were falling into place, but more importantly, the designs were coming to life in a way where I could really see how customers would be able to use these new features to make their jobs easier, faster, and more enjoyable. Then it happened. The unthinkable…
A few months ago, we closed down our Grands Rapids office on a Wednesday in order to spend the day exploring and learning with nearly fifty kindergartners through sixth graders. This post walks thru the design of the day and the activities involved.
Why Custom Software? Because Awesome. Whether custom or off-the-shelf, here’s 6 benefits using software can provide for a company.
I knew this was coming, but I’m still nervous.
We’ve worked with over 100 companies in the last 10 years to build custom software that has changed the way they run their business and improved what they can deliver to their customers.
The most valuable growth happens after the formal training is over. When you read, experiment, practice, and talk to others, you’ll become a better version of yourself.