So, you’ve built a React Native app on Android that is going to change everything. Soon the fateful day arrives when you must release it into the wild, like a chick leaving the nest. A few hours in, you have a user email stating that the app keeps crashing every time they load the screen dedicated to raccoon gifs.…

Well, no, but it will change the way you think about data... After a career spent working almost entirely with SQL-based relational databases, in the past year or so I've gotten the chance to use Datomic. It's very different, and I have come to realize that Datomic possesses unusual powers. Greatest of all of these powers is that Datomic remembers…

I come from a family of mostly educators and school administrators. So I guess teaching is in my blood. But when I was choosing my school and career path, education wasn't on my short list. The big decision was between Berklee College of Music for Guitar Performance or Worcester Polytechnic Institute for Computer Science. I began playing piano by ear…

A few of us at MojoTech recently attended the 2016 React Europe conference in Paris, France. It was a great opportunity to hear from and interact with developers all around the world who are building things with React. Let me share with you some of my favorite highlights from the conference. TL;DR? Here's our React Europe YouTube playlist for…

As a child, Ryan was curious to a fault and often had to be warned not to take things apart. He decided to study Computer Science after realizing he was unofficially tutoring half of his dorm floor. A competitive runner in college, Ryan continues to remain active by enjoying Boulder’s hiking and biking scene. He also likes things that…

MojoTech welcomes new additions to both the Design team and the Engineering team! Jesse always knew he was going to be some type of designer early on in life when he used to draw comics for fun. He eventually obtained a degree in Graphic Design and still draws comics from time to time, but now with better typography. Jesse has…

This year, RailsConf took us to Kansas City where we joined up with thousands of fellow Rubyists for three days of workshops and presentations. For those who were unable to attend, Tim Barmann, Micah Frost, and Eric Freese each worked to summarized two favorite presentations as well as a unanimously agreed upon, "Best in Show". To make it easier to…

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