Golang 101: All the Basics You Need to Know
Monterail Blog » Backend
by Kaja Grzybowska
7M ago
Go (or Golang) is definitely not the most popular programming language, but its over 10-year journey in the development world goes slowly but surely, revealing many advantages over other, more prominent, backend languages. Having said this now is a good moment to take a closer look at Go's origins and find out why Go remains the language that programmers are willing to explore.  ..read more
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Keep Django Under Control: Creating Custom Metrics with Prometheus
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by Rafał Kondziela
7M ago
When we create an application, we often think that once it's deployed to production, our work is done. Nothing could be further from the truth! What if an issue occurs that could not be foreseen during the implementation phase or detected during the tests? It’s our responsibility to fix this. Often, it means spending thousands of hours on debugging.  ..read more
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Recruiting the Monterail Way — What Backend Developers Can Expect
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by Monterail Team
7M ago
Recruitment is the art of balancing ..read more
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Developer Tips: How to Take Your Rails Project to The Next Level
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by Anna Kotowicz
7M ago
We all started at the same point - learning how to code. Most of us focused almost exclusively on learning how to program in a chosen language and practiced it. And there’s nothing wrong with that. It’s natural when you start your adventure with coding. I’ve been there, done that.  ..read more
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Golang 101: All the Basics You Need to Know
Monterail Blog » Backend
by Kaja Grzybowska
1y ago
Go (or Golang) is definitely not the most popular programming language, but its over 10-year journey in the development world goes slowly but surely, revealing many advantages over other, more prominent, backend languages. Having said this now is a good moment to take a closer look at Go's origins and find out why Go remains the language that programmers are willing to explore.  ..read more
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Recruiting the Monterail Way — What Backend Developers Can Expect
Monterail Blog » Backend
by Monterail Team
1y ago
Recruitment is the art of balancing ..read more
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Keep Your Django Application Under Control: Creating Custom Metrics with Prometheus
Monterail Blog » Backend
by Rafał Kondziela
1y ago
When we create an application, we often think that once it's deployed to production, our work is done. Nothing could be further from the truth! What if an issue occurs that could not be foreseen during the implementation phase or detected during the tests? It’s our responsibility to fix this. Often, it means spending thousands of hours on debugging.  ..read more
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How to Take Your Project to The Next Level? Tips from Ruby on Rails Developer
Monterail Blog » Backend
by Anna Kotowicz
1y ago
We all started at the same point - learning how to code. Most of us focused almost exclusively on learning how to program in a chosen language and practiced it. And there’s nothing wrong with that. It’s natural when you start your adventure with coding. I’ve been there, done that.  ..read more
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