Introduction to building a Tetris clone using react
The difference between call by value, call by reference and a recap of call by sharing.
A collection of types, core language features and patterns I use daily and you should add to your collection.
The automated mentoring support on exercism is driven by code analyzers. Explore how you can build an analyzer from scratch.
On how to skip items, conditionally apply logic and how to break or stop iteration early when using reduce/inject in Ruby.
Over 3000 students attend the Intreeweek: a yearly event from the University of Amsterdam. XP Bytes provides their app companion which holds their programme, games, quick links and more.
XP Bytes helped Blackgate build a CMS on top of a legacy system using Ruby on Rails, Bootstrap and custom scripts, initially to ease the workload of their technicians but quickly turning into an amazing tool for their end-users.
Together with Saxomania's musical instrument prototype, XP Bytes designed and developed a tech demo, show casing how musical education could be transformed using computer games.
The bands that join the UNICEF Talent Battle use their musical talent to ask attention for refugee children. By voting you ensure that the most possible attention is given to help these children with medical care, water, food and education.
XP Bytes helped TrailerVote go from Tech Demo to working product, built for over 1 million users a minute, using Ruby on Rails, NodeJS and InfluxDB.