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Nullhouse is an agency of engineers from the start-up scene. We help small projects grow large. Growth is our passion ‒ we're into big trouble.
With a keen eye for simplicity, Demian is dedicated to finding the most straightforward solution to any problem. He recognises the value of everyone's time, and believes as little of it as possible should be spent gazing at loading bars.Demian's profile
An academic background in business economics coupled with a passion for engineering offer a valuable blend of technical proficiency and business acumen that Edo applies to his work. He enjoys pondering the "optimal solution" yet remains pragmatic.Edo's profile
The most fruitful pull requests are the ones which remove more lines of code than they add, according to Pimm. He is just as comfortable designing systems from a bird's eye view, as he is optimising low level code.Pimm's profile
We utilise a variety of technologies, including TypeScript, Node.js, GraphQL, and PostgreSQL. These allow us to swiftly whip up functional prototypes, and iterate them into future-proof, scalable products.
React is our UI framework of choice for webapps. As early adopters we have an intimate understanding of its workings and are deeply familiar with it's ecosystem.
By utilising serverless architectures, containerisation, and edge computing where appropriate, we optimse solutions for efficiency and robustness.
Engineers love JSON Web Tokens (JWTs). This article uncover how JWTs address scalability challenges in web applications. Signed tokens, such as JWTs, can be validated without the need for a central token storage, a distinct advantage over traditional random tokens.
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This article offers a real-world case study involving an application struggling to sort an increasing data load, and introduces to the map-sort technique. Significant performance gain can be achieved even when using a highly-optimised sorting algorithm, by splitting the process into two parts: map and sort.
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Two-Factor Authentication enhances security by adding a second distinct layer of authentication, mitigating the risk of stolen passwords. However, some services inaccurately label their security as 2FA when in reality they utilise only a single factor, misleadingly offering a false sense of heightened security.
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Effectively use mocking tools to optimise your testing. This article delves into popular Node.js tool 'Nock' and its use in intercepting HTTP requests for seamless testing without network impact, and introduces nock-record.
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The rise of Prettier, through the lens of a seasoned developer who often manually formats code. This article offers a nuanced viewpoint on Prettier and how it relates to linters.
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React developers have embraced hooks. There is a lot to love, but there are anti-patterns as well. This article outlines three such anti-patterns: The Derived State pattern, The Bubbling Effect pattern, The Component That Knew Too Much pattern.
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