Backend Solutions for Business Growth
Grow Your Business with Robust Backend Created by the Mad Devs Team
We use our expert knowledge to build backend solutions that can scale your business at the required speed.
Our Backend Development Process
During the research stage, we sign an NDA, collect project information, analyze requirements, and define milestones.
Signing an NDA ensures the confidentiality of customer information. Collecting project information helps us define the project scope and create a development plan. Analyzing requirements ensures alignment with customer demands and mitigates risks. Defining stages helps with project planning and scheduling. We utilize these processes to deliver projects on time and within budget.
Tech Stack We Love to Use
High-level, interactive, and object-oriented programming language.
Statically typed language that is similar to C but with garbage collection and memory safety.
Benefits of Working with Mad Devs Backend Developers
High level of scalability
No freelance resources
New and legacy projects
Concept of Unit-Tests Writing in Golang
Unit Tests in most cases are associated with a lot of wasted time. A test is an imitation of a user browsing the page. Finding errors during the testing stage improves the user experience. Duh. Testing automatically catches bugs and thus builds the business’ credibility. However, I do agree that writing tests is a long and in most cases boring process. Since usually, I am the one who writes almost all tests for my colleagues, I can tell that writing tests is more complicated than writing code. Writing code is straightforward since you always see the final result you aim to achieve. However, writing tests involve designing all possible scenarios, analyzing data, and uncovering non-obvious use cases. Ideally, you want to test everything, even the smallest details immediately. Even after doing it for years, to this day I still frequently get confused by loads of ideas and cannot choose immediately the needed scenario. So, I have developed some concepts for test writing. They facilitate the entire procedure and prevent me (and possibly you) from missing or forgetting something important. I believe they might be useful for you, too.
Effective Refactoring of a Heavy Database Interface
This story is about pain, agony, and denial of ready-made solutions. It is also about changes that improve the code’s readability and help the development team stay happy. The object of this post is an interface that helps a program communicate with a database.Disclaimer: If we would use various ORMs such as Gorm in this project, most probably we would not face this issue, yet, we decided to write our implementation, so this created the issue and therefore this post.