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5 Challenges in the AppDev Universe

A variety of devices. As an app developer, there is very little you can do to control your environment. As a hardware market is becoming  more competitive, it is getting even harder to make assumptions about devices. Let’s say, a no-name factory releases a no-name phone. The AppDev team is the one to make sure […]

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Purist JS developer

That is what we call a development ideology, which stands for less dependency on the code that does not belong to you. However, in the software engineering world, there’s no need to reinvent the wheel. When you need a certain functionality or a component, you have to evaluate whether it wouldn’t take too much time […]

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The Story of Tesonet

Tesonet is a place where advanced network security solutions are born. But it hasn’t always been this way. In fact, Tesonet as we know it now came into being in 2013. But what happened before? Where did it all start? The roots of Tesonet are hiding in the labyrinths of IRC channels, where two of […]

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Cybersecurity: The Challenge of the Modern Era

Our homes are getting smarter, we can switch to virtual reality whenever we feel like it, and we often let a wearable device track every single move and heartbeat of ours. Yep, the world we’re living in is becoming more and more cyber at a breathtaking pace. In times like these, technology and data are […]

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Project Management @Tesonet

Agile. Waterfall. Kanban. CPM. There are more than plenty project management methodologies, but which is the right one? At Tesonet, we do not stick to one way of management. Even though we mix it up and count on both Agile and matrix management principles, sometimes a good old piece of paper is where the key […]

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Working with Git is a common version control practice in software development, but if you are a designer, it may sound new to you. Let’s say a few developers are working on a same code and they somehow have to keep it neat. Unavoidably, when several developers edit the same line of code, conflicts happen, […]

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