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Guides, how-to’s and tutorials for some of our biggest engineering challenges.

June 25, 2019

React Native for Non-Developers

What is React Native? React Native is a Javascript framework that was built by Facebook and re-licensed for use by third parties in 2017. It allows developers to create apps for both iOS and Android web stores using a single codebase and a single programming language. With React Native, developers have the ability to write one React code that compiles to native applications on both iOS and Android, rather than having to construct parallel codebases in multiple programming languages.

May 09, 2019

The ORM and When Not To Use It: A Django Meetup Talk

The Django ORM is a very powerful tool, and one of the great attractions of Django. It makes writing simple queries trivial, and does a great job of abstracting away the database layer in your application.

May 02, 2019

How to Structure Your React / Redux Application

At Yeti, we create a large number of apps from the ground up due to the number of startups we work with. Every new app gives us the opportunity to improve our tech stack and one if its important pieces - folder structure.

April 16, 2019

The Importance of Readability: Yeti Lunch and Learn

Here at Yeti we love learning new things, so twice a month we open up the floor to presentations on areas of personal expertise. Topics range from the basics of inbound marketing, to design for startups, to tips for living and working out of a backpack! Our awesome developer, Kevin, recently gave this presentation on the importance of readability. Enjoy the video!

April 11, 2019

Clean Architecture With Python

In 2012 Robert C Martin released his article "Clean Architecture" which later became a controversial book of the same name- engineers still diverge between loving and hating his concepts. At the last meeting of the San Francisco Django Meetup Group, Jair Vercosa gave a talk on clean architecture with Python in which he discusses how to implement clean architecture with python using one of it's most popular frameworks. Some concepts are simplified to help make them more digestable and to allow the development process to be more enjoyable. Enjoy the video of the full talk below!