Articles by Swaathi Kakarla
Skcript Create Week
Check out how we hosted our first virtual hackathon! We built some crazy ideas to help all of us adjust to remote life. And when I mean crazy I mean, our office admin becoming a chatbot developer and …
Good organizational culture is not a foosball table
Building a company is more than sales and marketing. A company is about its people. You need to inspire great culture to foster innovation and a sense of belonging.
Bored at work? Try Skcrolympics!
Back in the good old days, when we could meet, team activities were Uno, or cricket, or Secret Hitler. But now, going remote, like most of us during the lockdown, we were BORED and craving for human …
Pattern Matching In Elixir
Pattern matching is a great way to write idiomatic functional code. It’s a powerful tenant of functional programming that makes it a joy to write conditional statements. If you don’t want your code to …
Concurrency In The Erlang VM
Erlang is often referred to as the “concurrency oriented programming language”. How did it get this name? How can a language created in the 80s for the telecom industry help us now? It turns out that …
The Tech Bingo Challenge
Played the “Bingo Challenge” on Instagram yet? Well here’s the tech version of it! Get your templates here.
Rails 6 is here!
Ruby on Rails gets better with its 6.0 release. Here are three of our favorite features in this release.
An Introduction to the Genesis Block in Ethereum
Getting started with one of the most popular Blockchain frameworks, Ethereum is a piece of cake - if you know what the Genesis block is all about.
Top Women in Tech Communities To Follow
If you’re a women programmer, here’s your exclusive access to the best developer communities across the world.
Rails strategy for reusing common behavior in models
This strategy is a must have when you’re considering reusing some of the modules that you’d written earlier. Quick and easy to build, this works like a pro - learn more.
The easiest configuration block for your Ruby gems
Allowing external configuration for Ruby gems has always been ugly. Both for the developer and the configure-r. However Ruby’s metaprogramming and singleton classes come to the rescue. Read on to find …
10 security measures you need to implement in your app NOW
Hacking in any amount isn’t too much of a good thing. That’s why it’s important to protect your data as and when you can. Here are the top 10 ways in which you can beef up the security of your app.
Send Emails with a Custom Domain Using SendGrid and Rails
A business is as strong as it’s elements. Our CTO explains how you can send cloud-based emails to give your business the edge that it needs.
There is something awesome happening on Twitter right now. And you have to see …
There is something very interesting happening on Twitter and you have to see it. Right. Now.
Addressing the gender pay gap at Skcript.
Let us address the gender pay gap at Skcript and how we handle it. Learn more.
A.I. Series Part 1 - Normalizing Data
Our CTO and A.I. Engineer explain how they normalized data for UnderstandEngines A.I. Brain.
Redirecting Device Users To Their Last Visited Page
It's always a nice gesture to redirect your users to the page they were the last visiting.
GitHub's amazing UX
The next time you create something, even something insignificantly small, remember to deeply care.
Sr. Architect talks at Chennai's Maker Party 2016
Varun is speaking at Chennai's Maker Party at SRM University.
Our CTO, Swaathi, talks about our commitment to the #100DaysOfCommit challenge. Join us.
Offsetting Ruby Time
Managing local time is such a huge challenge when making web apps. Here's an easy way.
Scheduling Backup Jobs With Crontab
Scheduling database backup jobs are super easy and necessary.
Useful Imagemagick Commands
It’s such a nifty and powerful tool, there’s so much you can do with it.
Our CTO talks about reducing painful conditional statements in your code.
Leaders are not born. They're made.
Our CTO writes about how Leaders are not born and how they are made and their qualities.