Insights and outlooks from the foobar universe
Developers around the world: Meet Mouna - a Data Scientist from Tunisia
"Developers around the world" - with this series, we want to give you an insight into the lives of our foobar team. Developers today are much more global citizens than they used to be taking up new challenges and switching countries more often: a.k.a expats. What is the life of a developer like in another country? What experiences have fed the curiosity of discovering other countries? Which countries have they already nested in? The stories are individual experiences and do not consequently represent a whole nation. They are just a glimpse of how diverse the world is. Enjoy this little journey and step into someone else's shoes.
Mouna Balghouthi, Kerstin Dietrich • Apr 2022 • 10 min read • 90 views
Server components as an experimental feature in NextJs
The React team introduced Server components in December 2020. Zero bundled size components brought a lot of excitement to users because, in large scale applications, it's a well-known problem. This article will discuss the state of server components and how they can currently be used as an experimental feature in NextJs.
Muhammad Shahzad • Mar 2022 • 3 min read • 109 views
The 5 Whys
The 5 Whys is a common technique for root cause analysis. 🕵️ There are plenty of very good articles on the web where you can learn much about how to perform this kind of analysis but let me quickly 🏁 give you an overview of how it works:
Matthias Dietrich • Feb 2022 • 3 min read • 99 views
VaiNaWeb – teach programming for socially vulnerable people
Lenilson "Lenny" Nascimento is a Software Engineer at foobar Agency with more than 6 years of experience 👨🏻💻. He is also a mentor at VaiNaWeb Brazil 🇧🇷. We wanted to know a bit more about the project and had a chat with Lenny 💬.
Kerstin Dietrich, Lenilson "Lenny" Nascimento • Jan 2022 • 4 min read • 151 views
MarTech - Enable growth by choosing the right MarTech portfolio
Data-driven digital marketing has become state-of-the-art for marketers today. Why? Because it allows marketers to build their strategies and campaigns based on real user insights and data rather than gut feeling and theoretical assumptions. Data protection requirements and the need for personalized campaigns are further increasing the importance of data-driven marketing.
Margit Lugstein • Nov 2021 • 1 min read • 175 views