At Namshi, as you probably know, we do several activities, like – small presentations about new technologies, showcases of the latest projects, watching interesting conference talks, etc. We had our third edition of lightning talk. Each of our team members gave a small presentation about something they found interesting. Here is a recap of what they spoke about, and we hope you will find it interesting as well!
Over the past years, we have seen the rise of smartphones. Mobile phones and mobile browsers became more powerful as they have the hardware and processors in par with desktops. Subsequently, this lead to a rapid growth mobile browsers usage over desktop browsers.
On the other hand, mobile browsers has a hidden cost — called Performance.In terms of performance, they were always been compared with Native apps. The native apps had better performance because of the underlying OS level support. They could cache big chunks of data offline, hence wouldn’t suffer from network latencies. Mobile browsers/websites didn’t have this luxury and they have to bear the performance problems, always.
Almost 2 years ago, I landed at the Dubai Airport on a flight that took off from Egypt and for several reasons, a flight that won’t have a return ticket back to Egypt (at least anytime soon, I hope).
Hey folks, here at Namshi we’re currently looking to beef our team up — without further ado, let me quickly go through both of them!
On July 10th, I joined Namshi as a Junior Software Engineer. I was really excited to start my first full time job writing software. Though, I have to confess that I was also a bit afraid and nervous. Fortunately, after just two days working with the team the fear and nervousness went away. In this post, I will share with you some of the things I have learned so far as well as what I love about working in this awesome team.
ES6 is lovely, right?
Fresh new vibes in the tech team as Joe joined us a today!
The first Progressive Web App dev summit happened in Amsterdam last week. I got a chance to attend the event and meet a lot of new people. All the sessions were nice, and I was so amazed to see the different browser vendors working together to push the web forward.
With the 1.10 release, Docker added a huge list of new features. Whith this post we are going do analyze one of options: username spaces.
Prior to version 1.10, running an alpine container mounting an external volume
/var/log/ was done as follows: