Joeri

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So far Joeri has created 8 blog entries.

Leading a (development) team

I’ve always wanted to write a post on how I felt about leadership and the lessons I’ve learned these past years with my (awesome) team. Since I started working, I've always been part of a team but never as a leader. I used to be a developer and my team lead would be the

2020-05-01T12:40:59+02:007 August 2019|Categories: Leadership|

How to save a puppy by creating a clean Git repo

After we saved a kitten by writing clean code, I'll give you some insights on how to save a puppy by creating clean and healthy Git repositories. All the tips that I'll be giving can be used on both short and long term projects. These tips have been created by combining online best practices with personal experience and have delivered many healthy projects over

2020-05-02T13:27:55+02:0028 October 2017|Categories: Development|Tags: , |

How to build a new feature: Releasing (Part 3)

Welcome back to our 3-part blog post on how to build a new feature for your application. This step-by-step guide will help you with your development process. So far we've finished analysis and implementation. In this last part of our series we're going to be releasing the new feature to the production environment. By the end of this post you should have a

2020-05-02T14:06:46+02:004 May 2017|Categories: Development|Tags: |

How to build a new feature: Implementation (Part 2)

Welcome back to our 3-part blog post series on how to build a new feature for your application. This step-by-step guide will help you with your development process. Last week we started with Analysis, this week we'll dive into the Implementation phase. This will be the most involved part of our series. We will tackle schema, impact and the actual building itself. Let us dive

2020-05-02T14:08:48+02:0026 April 2017|Categories: Development|Tags: |

How to build a new feature: Analysis (Part 1)

In this blog I'll be guiding you through the process of creating a new feature for an existing application. This step-by-step guide will be divided into 3 parts: Analysis, Implementation and Release. Each part will be treated in a separate blog post to make the information offered a bit easier to digest. Our first part will explain the Analysis phase. In this post we will be

2020-05-02T14:07:13+02:0020 April 2017|Categories: Development|Tags: |

How to build your own CMS, and why you shouldn’t

For a while now we've been looking for a competent alternative to compete with Drupal. When a client requests a Content Management System (CMS), our go-to-technology has always been Drupal, which is also the reason why 65% of our developers are Drupal developers. Lately, however, we've had a growing need for a custom CMS solution. How we

2020-05-03T13:58:10+02:0015 December 2016|Categories: Development|Tags: , , |