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Hey Kingmakers, do you suffer from S.L.O.W disease in your software business? Todd calls the cure O.P.P Framework. I call it #peakDevOps. Watch this private video on high-performance in the business of software development and discover the secret to performing at your best, consistently.
Please checkout my latest article where I talk about how to improve performance by eliminating N + 1 query problem, and when it can be overkill! [more inside]
SJR is a double edged sword in that it’s awesome when it works, but can be a nightmare to debug if it doesn’t. Over time I’ve developed a sort of systematic approach to debugging SJR templates that I use to track down mistakes in the template and stay on SJR’s good side. I shared my technique (along with a cheat sheet PDF) in my latest blog post… http://www.carlosramireziii.com/a-step-by-step-guide-to-debugging-sjr-templates.html
Hi folks, we’re going to spend some time soon to improve RubyFlow and have noticed a few common feature requests. The most popular is probably adding a “report” or flagging button so we can take down spam/junk links - so we’ll be getting that rolled out. But what else would you be keen to see? [more inside]
I wrote an introductory article about data structures, time complexity and basic algorithms.
If you want to become more a productive software developer, it helps to understand how productive people think. EVEN IF this way of thinking doesn’t come naturally to you.
Hello, the Planet Jekyll Plugin of the Month series presents a new addon for your (static) web pages every month. The first one in the series: Avatar - Add Profile Pics (Speakers, Members, etc.) to Your Pages. Happy Publishing w/ Jekyll. Cheers.