Karol Galanciak 26 February 2017
Karol Galanciak - Ruby on Rails and Ember.js consultant, building ambitious and high performant web applications.
Avdi Grimm 26 February 2017
Radical vulnerability, blue-collar programming, and catchy acronyms.
Signal v Noise 25 February 2017
The vagueness and confusion around the phrase “full stack developer” has been lingering for years. Google it and you’ll find plenty of discussion about why it’s such a loaded term. Given that long…
Ruby on Rails Podcast 24 February 2017
This week I invite Brian Nelson, a friend who is a designer and developer, to talk about what it's like to use Rails as a designer, how he handle developers doing design, and talk about a few new fonts and editor tools.
Viget 24 February 2017
We just wrapped up our launch of The Book of CMS, an ebook about content management systems, and I’d like to share the strategy and lessons learned from the launch experience that may help you with your next ebook launch.
Giant Robots Smashing into Other Giant Robots 24 February 2017
From the Boston Vim Meetup, Chris Toomey demonstrates taking command of mappings and text objects to master Vim!
Codeship 23 February 2017
This is the first part in my series of articles in moving from macro to microservices. Here, I’ll present first the reasoning as to why a developer or manager would make such a move. Later posts in the series will provide code examples and procedures for building your own solution and, finally, creating your whole […]
Viget 23 February 2017
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zverok with ruby 23 February 2017
Once Rubyist see a new useful HTTP API, her/his first thought would be “does it have a Ruby wrapper?”, and if not, the next would be “once, I should do a Ruby wrapper for this!”
GitLab 23 February 2017
During our recent Summit, the UX team customized the Google Ventures Design Sprint process to tackle some of our larger feature proposals.
Bigbinary 23 February 2017
Ruby 2.4 implements Integer#digits for extracting digits in place-value notation which is useful in calculating checksum digits.
Codeship 22 February 2017
When it comes to software development, a majority of the tools available to us are command-line applications. It is also well worth noting that many of the tools used on the command line are quite powerful in what they can accomplish, from the trivial to the tedious. Taking this further, you can combine command-line applications […]
Avdi Grimm 22 February 2017
As I’ve mentioned before, my current study focus is marketing. Marketing naturally drags along with it a penumbra of related topics, including business models and work on personal focus and productivity. When I’m studying a new topic, where I don’t even have a lay of the land, the first phase of my research typically takes […]
Excel with Code 22 February 2017
There’s no better way to learn a new programming language, framework or skill than to apply what you’ve studied to practical projects. However, it can be difficult to find commercial projects you can work on to improve your Ruby on Rails skills.
Giant Robots Smashing into Other Giant Robots 22 February 2017
Understanding different types of existing float grid systems, finding their strengths/weaknesses, and discovering something better.