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Tecnologías Frontend en comunidad: FrontFest20 en Madrid

Tecnologías Frontend en comunidad: FrontFest20 en Madrid

El pasado fin de semana, parte del equipo de The Neón Project ha participado en la FrontFest20 en Madrid, el evento anual de la comunidad Frontend que pretende ser un encuentro a nivel nacional para todas aquellas personas interesadas en las tecnologías de frontend....

Welcome to the team, Antonio!

Welcome to the team, Antonio!

As we take on more projects, more hands are necessary. Antonio Romero joined The Neon Project as a software developer to help, and we are very happy to count on his extra pair of hands! Antonio opened his eyes wide when we told him about our processes and showed him...

The Neon Project at Morcillaconf

Morcillaconf is a developers conference organized by the Google Developers Group (GDG) community in Burgos. It was hosted at the University Isabel I, one of the sponsors of the event. This time, four of us joined other 250 developers to attend an interesting day and a...

Welcome to the team, Miguel Ángel!

Welcome to the team, Miguel Ángel!

We have a new colleague at The Neon Project! We're happy to announce that Miguel Ángel Gavilán is joining us as a software developer. Miguel Ángel is becoming an Engineer after studying software development at Gran Capitan with our colleague Nieves. He had seen some...

Welcome to the team, Fran!

Welcome to the team, Fran!

The Neon Project continues to grow. Today we're happy to share the news: Fran Aranda joins The Neon Project as a software developer. Fran is a hard-to-find combination. He is an IT engineer with a Master in design. Besides this, he brings in a lot of experience from...

Welcome to the team, Nieves!

Welcome to the team, Nieves!

This is a misleading title because Nives has been working with The Neon Project for a very long time. Today we celebrate we finally managed to bring her on board full time! From being an Art Historian to becoming a Software Developer and giving talks about blockchain...

Processes & Products

Configuring Visual Studio Code

Configuring Visual Studio Code

Most of the team at The Neon Project uses Visual Studio Code as an editor. In this post, we tell you a bit about this editor and share our configuration.  About Visual Studio Code Launched in 2015, Visual Studio Code quickly became the favorite editor of many...

Improving code reviews using pull request templates

Improving code reviews using pull request templates

At The Neon Project, we care about our internal processes. We believe they’re important and we design them meticulously. We use them, and, as we learn from their performance in the real world, we improve them.  Code Reviews One of the most important processes when...

CI/CD on a Hyperledger Fabric project

CI/CD on a Hyperledger Fabric project

Today we bring you the second post of this series of technical articles regarding development with Hyperledger Fabric. Last time we talked about how we test our chaincode, today we go one step further and we’ll show you how we deploy the code automatically....

Testing chaincode on Hyperledger Fabric

Testing chaincode on Hyperledger Fabric

Hyperledger is the Blockchain family of tools and frameworks for permissioned networks. At The Neon Project, we’ve been working on solutions built with Hyperledger Fabric for a while now. Hyperledger Fabric is a complex system to deploy and it’s important to be...

Internal tools at The Neon Project

Internal tools at The Neon Project

People. Processes. Products. While we see more value on things on the left, we also love things on the right. In these past weeks at The Neon Project, we have finally come to a point with our framework that works for us. It consists of a set of meetings, conventions,...

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