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JavaScript / Node.js Tools

JavaScript / Node.js Tools

By Pavel Bragin 4,360 Jan 14, 2016

Editor. Description of the editors can be found here. I personally use WebStorm. The IDE highlights the code syntax, indicates errors, there is the possibility to connect to FTP, SFTP, and much more.

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Git – Recommendations for “Soshace” Team

Git – Recommendations for “Soshace” Team

By Pavel Bragin 3,711 Jan 12, 2016

The main things that I would like to draw your attention to: 1) The commit should exactly match the name. And the title should make clear what exactly you’ve pushed. 2) A good commit should fit the screen, one does not have to scroll it for too long to understand what you have done.

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Code Style

Code Style

By Pavel Bragin 3,913 Jan 11, 2016

The main things that I would like to draw your attention to: 1) The names variables and methods should be clear and concise, don't skimp on characters. 2) Methods should not exceed 30-40 lines, they are intended for solving a single specific task, and poor methods do everything.

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How We are Looking for Proposals on UpWork

How We are Looking for Proposals on UpWork

By Pavel Bragin 6,099 Jan 8, 2016

1. What technologies stack is it better to select when searching for an order at UpWork? At the present time our team specializes in JavaScript development. That is why our orders must comply with our specialization. The majority of our team members know several programming languages. Is it necessary to take it into account?

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Work With the Customer

Work With the Customer

By Pavel Bragin 4,579 Dec 31, 2015

Check what you write. Mind the tenses and forms. Check in translate.google.com or ask colleagues for help. The style and spelling of your writing form the impression of you and your team as a whole. You can agree that the phrase “I work Java scrpt, me have large experience work” sounds ridiculous. Our customer reads the same when you forget about tenses and forms of verbs.

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Task Estimation

Task Estimation

By Pavel Bragin 4,686 Dec 30, 2015

First of all, I’d like to mention that everything described below is based on the real experience and is not my personal wishes. In order to correctly estimate the task, it is necessary to make the following steps in relation to the project:

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