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Développeur Web back-end/Drupal | Brad.ca

Auteur: 
Cassie

pstrongÊtes-vous ce Brad?/strong br /L’idée, c’est d’avoir une agence de publicité intégrée où chaque service contribue à l’idée.nbsp; L’idée, c’est de mettre son ego de côté pour laisser la meilleure idée l’emporter. L’idée, c’est de partager connaissances et expertise entre les bureaux de Québec et Montréal. L’idée, c’est d’en avoir./p
pMotivé par l’efficience de la communication, Brad bâtit des solutions multiplateformes sur mesure pour tous ses clients, tels Labatt, LEGO, Yahoo!

Drupal Expert | Latitude46 / Inovae

Auteur: 
avigneau

piuEn français plus bas/u/i/p
h2Looking for a Drupal backend / PHP Developer/h2
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Latitude46 is a Drupal-only webshop based in Montreal, Québec. She is an affiliate of Inovae, a Drupal shop based in Geneva, Switzerland. Into our fifth year of existence, we have the chance to work with high level international organizations and private companies.

programmer | entrepreneur

Auteur: 
oliverb

pBonjour / Hi,/p
pI am looking to build a mini social website to put in contact two groups of people./p
pThe website should be robust enough to host thousands of records of companies potentially managed by hundreds/thousands of individual users.

Methodologies are not Infallible or Timeless

Auteur: 
Anna

Agile methodologies are a big trend. Some adherents promote their methodologies like religious fanatics. They tell you that your soul will burn in hell if you don’t embrace the teachings… err that you’ll have a dysfunctional team and that your project will fail. Although these methodologies have some merits, they’re not infallible.

Hourly Rates are Like Cereals

Auteur: 
Anna

Most companies and recruiters compare developers based on hourly rates. They’ll hang up before getting to know a developer just because the rate is out of their range. Little do they know of the opportunities and deals that they miss. See, hours mean nothing, because efficiency of a developer is variable, and not just by a few percent.

Self-Directed Teams: Rubbish or Advantage?

Auteur: 
Anna

The idea of self-directed teams is not new. It has been used for decades. Why would anyone want this? Does this work for everyone? How is it implemented? Is the traditional hierarchical model bad?

Speed Up Your Database

Auteur: 
Anna

This presentation was recorded at the Montreal.rb user group. I gave a number of tips to investigate the performance of database queries and to speed them up.

How to Motivate Your Developers

Auteur: 
Anna

When developers are not motivated, progress is slow and quality is low. This ultimately affects company revenues and can lead to reduced opportunities for all employees. Motivation leads in the opposite direction: wealth and happiness. The first thing to understand about motivation is that it’s internal. We can’t force someone to become motivated, but we can still have a strong influence. Here are my top three picks to increase motivation from my presentation at IPC 2013 in Berlin.

Full Test Coverage is Impractical

Auteur: 
Anna

Many developers claim that to achieve high quality software, developers must create automated tests that ensure that all possible execution routes have been covered. This is also known as full path coverage. I will argue that different types of software require different testing approaches and that full path coverage is impractical in almost every case. Too many tests simply create clutter.

How Much Does An App Cost?

Auteur: 
Anna

A montreal-based newspaper recently released a new mobile product to read news. It’s very nice, but it cost them 40 million and took 3 years to ship, with some 100 people on the team. My company has enough experience with news corporations and other industries to know that there was a lot of waste. My associate stated on social media that he could save them millions on their next project. It’s what we specialize in: generating millions in ROI for our clients.

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