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20 Questions, or Maybe a Few More

20 Questions, or Maybe a Few More

Nov 16 2016 : Stephanie Goldner

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The Power of Meeting People

Because conferences and meetups are not just about the technical stuff.

Nov 01 2016 : Pablo Villar

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Finding the right partner for your app build

Sharing some light on how it is to partner with us.

Oct 27 2016 : Inaka

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Just Play my Sound

How to easily play a sound in Android

Oct 25 2016 : Giaquinta Emiliano

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Opening our Guidelines to the World

We're publishing our work guidelines for the world to see.

Oct 13 2016 : Brujo Benavides

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Function Naming In Swift 3

How to write clear function signatures, yet expressive, while following Swift 3 API design guidelines.

Sep 16 2016 : Pablo Villar

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CredoCI

Running credo checks for elixir code on your github pull requests

Jun 16 2016 : Alejandro Mataloni

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Introducing Dayron - The Elixir REST client you've always wanted

Meet our library to interact with RESTful APIs in your Elixir Applications.

May 24 2016 : Flavio Granero

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Meet Jayme

Your best friend when it comes to abstract server interconnections in Swift

May 09 2016 : Pablo Villar

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What's in a Hackathon?

The benefits of Hackathons, and a summary of ours

May 01 2016 : Stephanie Goldner

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Presenting Lewis, our own Android Lint extension

Rock your Android

Feb 15 2016 : Fernando Ramirez

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KillerTask, the solution to AsyncTask implementation

Meet our new Android library written in Kotlin

Jan 25 2016 : Fernando Ramirez

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Android development with Kotlin

How to set up and use Kotlin language in Android apps

Jan 15 2016 : Fernando Ramirez

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Dealing with Optionals in ViewControllers

The right way to declare your variables

Dec 18 2015 : Pablo Villar

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Here’s to 5 years

It's our 5th birthday, let's celebrate!

Sep 01 2015 : The Inako

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Cowboy Trails

Cowboy routes on steroids!

Jul 20 2015 : Carlos Andres Bolaños

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Galgo iOS Library

An iOS library to display logs as on screen overlays.

Feb 10 2015 : Andres Canal

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Announcing xref_runner

Making full use of the Erlang toolbox

Feb 10 2015 : Iñaki Garay

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Weird List Comprensions in Erlang

Some strange cases regarding List Comprenhensions

Jan 13 2015 : Brujo Benavides

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How to automatically generate different production and staging builds

Use gradle to build different flavors of APKs

Dec 22 2014 : Henrique Boregio

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Galgo Android Library

An android library to display logs as on screen overlays

Nov 20 2014 : Henrique Boregio

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ErloungeBA @ Inaka

ErloungeBA meeting @ Inaka Offices.

Nov 14 2014 : Inaka

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Shotgun: HTTP client for Server-sent Events

Show usage of Shotgun and how consuming SSE can be simple.

Oct 20 2014 : Juan Facorro

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Metaprogramming in Erlang: Writing a partial application function

The joys of metaprogramming and Erlang's abstract format

Oct 14 2014 : Hernán Rivas Acosta

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Implementing an Android REST Client using Retrofit

Quickly create REST Clients from a simple java interface

Oct 10 2014 : Henrique Boregio

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Worker Pool (for Erlang)

Introducing one of our open-source tools: Worker Pool

Sep 25 2014 : Brujo Benavides

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The Fork Workflow in iOS

A clear way to apply modifications to your project dependencies

Sep 19 2014 : Pablo Villar

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Launching Android Activities in a Separate Task

Launching Android Activities in a Separate Task

Sep 09 2014 : Henrique Boregio

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Getting the right colors in your iOS app

How to keep consistence when picking and applying colors

Sep 05 2014 : Pablo Villar

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The King of Code Style

Introducing our erlang style guide and style-checking tool, Elvis

Sep 05 2014 : Iñaki Garay

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Proud to announce our new home with Erlang Solutions

Inaka is proud to announce our new home with Erlang Solutions!

Aug 05 2014 : Chad DePue

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IKJayma

IKJayma: A simple iOS Networking Library

Jul 21 2014 : Tom Ryan

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Become an Erlang Cowboy and tame the Wild Wild Web - Part I

Erlang: From zero to coding a commenting system

Jun 23 2014 : Federico Carrone

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Implementing a simple Rest Client in Android

How to create a simple Rest Client in Android

May 19 2014 : Henrique Boregio

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Assisted Workflow: a CLI tool to speed up simple git workflows

Introducing the assisted_workflow gem, a cli tool with useful commands to integrate a simple git workflow with the story tracker and github pull requests

Mar 25 2014 : Flavio Granero

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Cleaning Up Your GitHub Tree

How to clear all those stray branches

Feb 21 2014 : Pablo Villar

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Friday Talks at Inaka

Lunch together, talk together

Dec 20 2013 : Inaka Blog

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RubyConf Argentina 2013

Inaka represents at RubyConf 2013

Dec 18 2013 : Inaka Blog

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Paintball: Inaka’s End-of-the-Year Party

Welts and bruises bring Inaka together

Nov 22 2013 : Inaka Blog

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Inaka Product Review: Connection Minder

Making networking personal again

Nov 19 2013 : Inaka Blog

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Landing Page Basics: What, How, and Why

The importance of a well-built landing page

Oct 29 2013 : Inaka Blog

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Navigating Open Source Licensing

A comparison of common open source licenses

Oct 17 2013 : Inaka Blog

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Git: Not Just for Devs

Sharing the Git love

Oct 07 2013 : Inaka Blog

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Inaka Product Review: Go Dish

Go Dish brings good deals on good food

Oct 01 2013 : Inaka Blog

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Inaka Product Review: Whisper

Share secrets and meet new people with Whisper

Sep 16 2013 : Inaka Blog

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Inaka Product Review: Ombu

Ombu combines the best of Bump and Scan to make sharing easy

Sep 11 2013 : Inaka Blog

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Digitized Halloween Costumes

Morphsuits and Digital Dudz at your fingertips

Sep 09 2013 : Inaka Blog

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iOS Auto Layout

A review of Apple's Auto Layout technology

Aug 23 2013 : German Azcona

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Inaka:Pong - DIY Sport

How to play Inaka:Pong, a new sport

Dec 03 2012 : Fernando "Brujo" Benavides

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Inaka Friday lunches

Team building at Inaka

Nov 02 2012 : Chad DePue

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Inaka is a proud sponsor of Erlang DC

The largest Erlang event on the East Coast

Oct 23 2012 : Jenny Taylor

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Inaka proud to be a sponsor of RubyConf Argentina

The largest Ruby event in South America

Oct 23 2012 : Jenny Taylor

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Inaka client Ming.ly featured on LifeHacker

Big press for the Heroku-powered Rails-based Gmail plugin

Feb 28 2012 : Chad DePue

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