We’re big readers at Testomato, so we pulled together a roundup of some of our favorite finds from last month to share with you! Here are some great web development reads to check out on your next coffee break: The Top UX Trends of 2014 A curated rundown of the top UX trends of 2014 (both good and bad), chosen by UX Magazine. Trends range from the comeback of social media to the rising popularity of…

Team Testomato is always on the hunt for interesting news about what’s going on in web development and the tech industry. We’ve pulled together another team roundup of our favorite finds from last month to share with you! Queues Don’t Fix Overload An interesting programming rant (with great plumbing visuals) about the risks of using queues as a permanent solution for slow apps or overload. While queues can be a useful way…

We recently had the pleasure of reading Getting Real by 37signals, which outlines effective and efficient practices for building web applications. You might recognize 37signals (renamed Basecamp this year) as the company behind Basecamp. They’re also the creators of Ruby on Rails, authors, and avid bloggers. Getting Real is a quick read that offers practical insight about application development from concept, design, implementation to promotion, post-launch, and optimization. Although it’s mainly for people working with web applications,…

Team Testomato is always on the hunt for interesting news about what’s going on in web development and the tech industry. We’ve pulled together another team roundup of our favorite finds from last month to share with you! BreakoutDetection in the Wild Looking for a way to detect significant changes in your time series data? Twitter just released an open-source package on GitHub to help you: BreakoutDetection R package. According to…