Case Study: e-commerce information system

One of our customers is a well-known e-commerce company in the Czech Republic operating in a dynamic environment. The customer’s turnover was 25 billion CZK… Read More

Case Study: Building Payment Microservice

Our customer lacked capacities in his own development team. They needed to build a stable, complex application to manage their business processes that is… Read More

Clojure REPL

REPL stands for read-eval-print-loop, it is an interactive programming environment where a user may write a code directly into a terminal, the code is read,… Read More

Self-Service for Online Payment Platform: from design to maintenance

This article describes how we helped our customer to design, implement and maintain Self-service for Online Payment Platform. The platform allows a customer to make… Read More

Safer blockchain code through tracking of side effects #3: Clojure, the Evo

They say Haskell and Clojure are quite different beasts. Don’t believe them! In this post, I’ll show you how to make Clojure more Haskellish than… Read More

Safer (blockchain) code through tracking of side effects #2: flooring Haskell

In this post, we’ll be crossing the type/value barrier. If stuff like encoding path to a directory in a type doesn’t scare you to death,… Read More

Safer (blockchain) code through tracking of side effects #1: eco run with Haskell

We all want our code to be safe/secure and efficient, among other things. This is especially true for any code dealing with blockchain. We don’t… Read More

Rails PRO tips: #2 DRY?

In the first article, we discussed why the “Rails Way” can be considered harmful and what to do about that. Within this text, I… Read More

Emacs and Spacemacs for Clojure – Cheatsheet

A gateway drug to the wonderful world of Emacs and Spacemacs for Clojure users. You can download a short printable version of the cheatsheets here:… Read More

Rails PRO tips: #1 The Rails Way

Hello, I am Vítek, and I’ve been programming in Rails for 6 years. In this series of articles, I would like to share some interesting… Read More