Tag: ios

  • Couchbase and the API model

    On my last job, working mostly on our iOS app as a frontend developer, something struck me hard. So much effort went into building plumbing code, things like offline caching, pagination, connection error handling. Whenever I spend so much time on infrastructure code instead of implementing features, I’ve always started questioning the very paradigms I’m working […]

  • Payment Processing Landscape in Europe

    It is a well-known yet long-standing fact that setting up payment processing is much harder in Europe than it is in the United States for example. A major reason for that complexity comes from the fact that, contrary to the US where they have big national banks that cover the entire American market, European payment […]