GitLab 07 March 2017
Traditionally, engineers may have been shielded from the "business parts" of the organization. In today's technology landscape, that's no longer a viable option.
Black Bytes 06 March 2017
How do you compare two things in Ruby? Using == as you already know… but did you know that == is a method & not just syntax? You can implement this method in your own classes to make them more powerful. And that’s what I want to talk about in this post. Equality Basics As […]
Honeybadger 06 March 2017
If you want Ruby's string methods to play nicely with Unicode, it's a good idea to normalize them. This article is a brief introduction to Unicode normalization for Rubyists.
Giant Robots Smashing into Other Giant Robots 06 March 2017
The thought of designing a product from nothing can be scary. Here’s how we prefer to start.
Pusher 03 March 2017
This blog post was written under the Pusher Guest Writer program. These days Social has become the buzzword and we all want our apps to be the centre of these amazing social conversations. Comments on a post, video, update or any feature of your new app is a great way to add fun & enriching […]
GitLab 03 March 2017
The results are in – our 2016 Global Developer Survey revealed that open source tools are most preferred by developers the world over. Why?
Lugo Labs 02 March 2017
Many times in index pages we need to show a message that there are no results to view. Usually as a results of a search, as in the example of Iconly. If you search for an icon on the top search bar, and no results our returned, the following message is shown.
Semaphore 01 March 2017
Dive back into Angular 2, and learn how to test routes in a new tutorial in our series on test-driven development with Angular 2 and Webpack.
Excel with Code 01 March 2017
I’ve already shown you the only five types of applications you’ll ever be tasked to build when you’re hired to create value as Ruby and Rails developer. You’ll choose a combination of these customer creation formulas to build an application that meets your business goals…
Everyday Rails 01 March 2017
Support for generating an HTML version of application documentation in Rails 5 was removed. Here's how to add it back.
Heroku 28 February 2017
Heroku bumped its Bundler version to 1.13.7 almost a month ago, and since then we've had a large number of support tickets opened, many a variant of the following:
Codeship 28 February 2017
Bigbinary 28 February 2017
No more platform specific code to check empty directories
Viget 27 February 2017
I'll be honest – I love trying out new digital productivity and project management tools. I'm to the point where Product Hunt is generally a little too much of a rabbit hole for me, and I force a limit on the amount of time I spend checking it out. So it's no big surprise that anytime someone is looking over my shoulder, they often ask at least once, "Oh, what tool/app is that?." Most of the time, it's something I'm experimenting with and likely not in love with, but I've come to realize I have a couple long-standing tools that have made a huge difference in my DPM work-life that are a bit off the beaten path. These range from applications to browser extensions to built-in mac functionality. Some are free, but others require an investment. In all cases though, the investment feels like it has paid off.
Giant Robots Smashing into Other Giant Robots 27 February 2017