Talking about front-end development, nowadays there are lots of great frameworks (Angular, React, Ember, Polymer, Knockout, etc.) to help developers building powerful, scalable and performing pages. VueJS is one of them, but some of its features make it really, really good – and, to some extent, better than the others.
Last time we wrote about this topic, it was our first attempt to make the “Monk Software beer”. We brewed again later on – and we drunk that all, too. But this last batch has something special we wanted to share with you.
MONK has moved to a new venue. Along the ancient and green Appian way, in a peculiar villa, we have set-up our new offices, forestry and canteen. Given the inspiring space and setting, we all set our creativity and handicraft skills to work and moulded every corner of the new MONK house.
Seriously? “We are Monk” and we haven’t brewed our own beer yet? Make an own beer was the first thing that came to my mind when I got into this company. Honestly that was my purpose everyday since then }:-) As MONKs we like crafting, we like to discover how stuff are done, we like …
We have news to share down here! The MONK family is growing and we’re extremely happy to announce that two new members have joined our team. From the beginning of November, Giuseppe will craft software in the Rome office, while Patrycja has started an internship as a junior developer in the Kraków HQ.
Ho, ho, ho…! No doubt – Christmas is coming, whether you like it or not. The Monk team is looking out the window and awaiting Santa Claus (yep, we are still childishly naive). But at the same time, we’re busily thinking about how to make this hectic time at least a bit agreeable.