Fitbit is having a bad day

Fitbit is, again, not having a good day after spending the year in mostly middling status as it looks to prove there’s a market for fitness trackers and its own smartwatch. The culprit today: a Wall Street firm slapped a “sell” rating on the company’s stock, which often results in a rejection of its potential…

Testing Data-Intensive Code With Go, Part 5

Overview This is part five out of five in a tutorial series on testing data-intensive code. In part four, I covered remote data stores, using shared test databases, using production data snapshots, and generating your own test data. In this tutorial, I’ll go over fuzz testing, testing your cache, testing data integrity, testing idempotency, and…

10 Best Android App Templates for Business

Business apps for Android are a constantly growing market thanks to a community of avid developers and the increasing popularity of mobile devices. It is no surprise, therefore, that business app templates are also in demand as they help cut down some of the tedious parts of coding and allow developers to focus on the…

The difference between good and bad Facebooking

“Social media” is a clumsy term that entangles enriching social interaction with mindless media consumption. It’s a double-edged sword whose sides aren’t properly distinguished. Taken as a whole, we can’t decide if it “brings the world closer together” like Facebook’s new mission statement says, or leaves us depressed and isolated. Read More Source:: TechCrunch >…