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RocketBuild
Published:
November 16, 2015

Speed up the web with Google’s Accelerated Mobile Pages

Accelerated Mobile Pages, or “AMP,” is Google’s response to Instant Articles from Facebook and News from Apple. AMP aims to strip down web pages — specifically content pages like written articles — to their bare bones, allowing for the shortest possible load time. One major benefit of Google’s solution compared to the competing options is […]

Written by:
RocketBuild
Published:
September 8, 2015

Keeping up with Development Trends

The software development industry moves at a rapid pace and it is constantly changing, making it increasingly difficult to stay updated on the latest and greatest advancements. Over the years, I have tried multiple methods to keep up but have landed on three ways that seem to really do the trick. Podcast A podcast can be an […]

Written by:
RocketBuild
Published:
July 2, 2015

Why Your Dev Team Needs Code Reviews

Or: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Process There is a fact underlying any creative endeavor one undertakes, be it painting, crafting, or even computer programming. It is this: a bit of the craftsperson, if they care about their craft, embeds itself into the end product. So when someone critiques that work, it can…you know…feel bad. Exposing […]

Written by:
RocketBuild
Published:
May 19, 2015

Earth Day at RocketBuild

At RocketBuild, we work hard to make a difference, not only for our partners and our own company, but also for our community. We spend a lot of time in front or our computers, so this Earth Day we decided to get out in nature and plant over 60 trees in the community. With the […]

Written by:
RocketBuild
Published:
May 7, 2015

3 questions to consider when choosing your development partner

We’ve all heard the stories. The nightmares. And we’ve been there ourselves… A freelancer that gets in over his/her head and scrambles to eek out questionable code at the 11th hour minutes before the project is due. Software so complex that no one understands how to use it. A project that takes twice as long as […]