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Nov 15 2022

Let’s Talk About Writing Good Commit Messages

Good commit messages are ones that help the reviewer easily understand your code. It's helpful to think of three kinds of information that can be included in a commit message: Syntactical Behavioral Motivational Syntactical Syntactical information describes the literal code change, from the perspective of

Chris Shoemaker


Apr 25 2022

Do You Really Need React State to Format Inputs?

This article was originally posted on the personal site of one of our MojoTech engineers, Isaiah Thomason. The content and subject matter is relevant to the work we do here at MojoTech, and Isaiah agreed to let us cross-post

Isaiah Thomason


Jun 04 2020

A Starting Point for New Developers

So you're new to the developer life. This can be an intimidating time, even for the most skilled and hard-working people. Starting a new career can be overwhelming at first, but you are not alone, and your anxiety will pass

Zelika Anchipolovskaya | Jen Kaplan | Mariana Pachon


May 19 2020

Digital Accessibility: Essential for some, useful for all

Accessible digital content can be used by the widest possible audience, including folks living with a disability. All users and business stakeholders benefit from accessibility. There’s a multitude of use cases where folks can take advantage of an accessible application. People

Sean Beard


Mar 02 2020

Advent of Code 2019, The Intcode Problems

Every Year Advent of Code releases a holiday themed series of programming puzzles, unlocked in small bundles from December 1st through 25th. While I've been aware of the challenge in the past, this was my first year digging in to the puzzles in

Elias Mulhall


Sep 20 2019

Carrying the Torch

At MojoTech, we have a long history of working on, contributing to, and using various Open Source software projects. A sample of early projects include Cerberus, one of the first Ruby-based Continuous Integration tools; Capybara-UI, a Capybara abstraction making it easier to define

Craig P Jolicoeur


Aug 29 2019

Introducing Prismatest Testing Library

Today I’m officially announcing the launch of Prismatest, a Javascript library to decouple your front-end tests from the view layer details. Writing tests for front-end applications is hard. Prismatest aims to make it easier. I've seen and written tests that read

Daniel Wilson