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Good Clean Development Practices S.O.L.I.D.

The Cidenet Architecture Area seeks to promote better development practices and advance technical excellence, for this reason, we share the S.O.L.I.D.

Neglected architecture

Since the beginning of software development, there has been a problem that falls on the developer, but that did not have to do with our code, but with the application’s architecture.

The relevance of the React ecosystem for software development

Javascript is one of the most widely used languages ​​in the world. Now more than ever, with different Frameworks and standards, among others, we can say that it is all over the web.

The change: between the crisis and the transformation

I wanted to address many possible issues that currently impact the reality of our world, I also wanted to address mental health in the context of the uncertainty that we live.

Supporting initiatives to revive the economy

With this panorama, WeGoo becomes the perfect opportunity to achieve the economic reactivation of this important sector.

Software Containers: What, Why, and What for?

As the title of this article says, its purpose is to expose, a little, about the famous software containers and the reason for their well-earned fame.

Full Stack Developer: Myth or Reality?

We are talking about a developer capable of designing and implementing projects, both on the server-side and on the client-side.

A brief reflection on the pandemic from a stoic point of view

In my spaces of reflection, I usually think about death; in fact, I often think about that topic that makes people so uncomfortable.

Activities for successful retrospectives

Is there a single activity through which we can evaluate the work and progress of our team successfully? There is not, but there are plenty of activities and tools that will help us see progress, mood, and different difficulties of our teams.

This is Angular

One of the main differences would be that Angularjs is a framework for web development created by Google and Angular, which was initially called Angular 2, it was originally seen as the next version of Angularjs, but due to the change between these two versions since they are not backward compatible, they are taken as two different frameworks. Angularjs is kept for Angular 1.x versioning and in higher versions only Angular name is kept.