Onboarding remote Software Engineers can be challenging. Here are some suggestions from my experience of onboarding multiple engineers remotely to make them become part of team.
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Solve the problem of dependency creep and add boundaries to your TypeScript project to limit what is exported and imported from a package.
Managing big apps have its own problems and one of them is managing imports. Typescript allows you to have path aliases which makes it easier to refer to modules. In this tutorial we will see how we can use path aliases in React Native app created using Expo and Typescript.
I had to setup few instances of MongoDB in DigitalOcean [https://m.do.co/c/1fe978d3b5b4] but I also wanted to make them secure using TLS/SSL. One way would have been to pay for a wildcard certificate and deal with all the hassle associated with setting up TLS/SSL
Imagine a world where a software is maintaining millions of dollars worth of money, but there is an exploit which allows the hacker to take all that money away. Now imagine you can't do much about it because you can't update your software, so all you can do is wait
What are Libraries in Solidity You might have heard of the DRY principle (don't repeat yourself). It is very essential in large programs to have the ability to reuse your code as it makes your code more maintainable and readable. In solidity practicing that principle might not be as straight