We went to London for a week, to help the startups from the last PiLabs cohort with dev consulting. We talked software & product with the main goal - add value & don't waste their time. Read more about our journey and observations from the visit.
Renaming a key model in a huge Django application can be trickier than it seems. Tons of data migrations and halted feature development seems unavoidable. In this blog post we share our alternative approach, avoiding most of the pain.
A recap of 2018.
This article is going to be short in words, but plentiful in pictures. We did the so-called “corporate photoshoot”, thanks to Aleksander Kostov, and it turned out to be good. Say hi to the faces of HackSoft.
For the last 4 years of running HackSoft, we’ve acquired some interesting knowledge about the process of software development. We always learn along the way and always try to improve our skills to ship better software for us and our clients. That’s why we decided to have an outlet, where we can talk about the everyday things that are happening at HackSoft, and share our point of view about the process of software development. This outlet is HackCast.
HackSoft team was well represented during EuroPython 2018 in Edinburgh. Radoslav Georgiev, Martin Angelov, Ivaylo Donchev & Pavlin Gergov went to Edinburgh for the conference days of EuroPython and all gave a talk on different Python & Django related topics.
In this article we explore how to create the entire infinite set of Natural numbers using only objects and the Scala programming language.
We're going to talk about underscores, dunders, encapsulation and magic methods in Python
In this article we'll explore how to split your Webpack configuration to have different settings for local development & for production deploys.