Doing the latest round of recruitments at Aller Media Finland got me thinking that it could be beneficial to write down some of the things I am looking for when hiring for junior developers as I remember back in the day being pretty clueless when applying for my first developer role and I see similar mistakes repeating in the applications I am combing through.
Node.js and Docker go together like peanut butter and jelly (if you are into such things). However, that combination has a common problem that everyone eventually has to face which is that the volume mapping from host also brings in `node_modules` that has code built specifically for the host OS.
One of the hallmarks of highly functioning development teams is speed of the release cycle - Highly functioning agile teams release more often than those that are still lagging behind. One of the cornerstones of such teams is high level of automation as time spent doing releases is off from development and repetitive manual work equates to high risk of human errors.
There is a new tech blog at Aller Media now, to which I am writing articles about all the cool things that are happening there.