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Top 5 Free In-Browser Games

Posted on May 27th 2016

Sometimes you just want to have some fun with your coworkers while you wait for a product build. Or, maybe you just need a moment to relax after a busy week. Taking a break is always well received—maybe you like to chat with coworkers, watch fun videos on … Read More

The Virtue of Failing Fast

Posted on May 25th 2016

I have not failed. I’ve just found ten thousand ways that won’t work.— Thomas Alva EdisonThis comes as no surprise, but not every idea will be a winner in the marketplace. We all fail sometimes, for a variety of reasons, some within our control and some not. And it’s … Read More

Boost Productivity with MyEclipse—App Servers, Deployment, Testing & Utilities

Posted on May 19th 2016

This article completes the series on ways you can boost productivity with MyEclipse. If you happened to miss my other articles, refer to the first article for setup information and the second article for coding and navigation tips.  App Server ConnectorsMyEclipse provides nearly 20 application server connectors out … Read More

Succeeding Virtually — Part 1

Posted on May 17th 2016

Welcome to our first installment of Succeeding Virtually, a blog written specifically for software companies with a virtual office. At Genuitec, we have been working virtually for the last decade and over that time we have developed a number of tips and tricks to ensure our success. In … Read More

Boost Productivity with MyEclipse—Coding & Navigation

Posted on May 13th 2016

MyEclipse is a powerful Java EE IDE for today’s modern enterprise developer. This article is the second in a series discussing ways to boost productivity with MyEclipse. The first article, focused on project setup. This article showcases time-saving tips and tricks to improve MyEclipse coding and navigation.Code CompletionMyEclipse delivers an … Read More

An Introduction to Angular 2

Posted on May 6th 2016

Angular is a JavaScript framework used to create and maintain single-page web applications. It all began in 2009 when Misko Hevery was working on the Google Feedback project. He found it daunting to maintain 17,000 lines of code, and suggested to use his Angular framework (created with Adam … Read More

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