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Are you ready to gain more confidence as a programmer who can solve expensive business problems with Ruby without constant hand-holding? [more inside]
With T minus 3 days until the GDPR deadline, Phusion is putting the last checks in place. This mini-series is meant to illustrate a bootstrapped team’s approach to ‘GDPR compliant’: https://blog.phusion.nl/2018/05/22/itinerary-of-a-software-company-until-the-gdpr-deadline-part-1/
As a professional programmer, you know automation can help you complete repetitive and time consuming tasks quickly, whether you’re a freelance-consultant, have a full-time position or you’re founder who owns a niche website or micro SaaS app. [more inside]
Dokku is dev ops for dummies and a simple way to deploy web applications on a barebones VPS. In this blog post, I will describe how to use it to host a static website, and setup global assets caching with free Cloudflare CDN and SSL certificate. [more inside]
awesomecode.io can add magic comment
# frozen_string_literal: true automatically to your ruby code, we explain why and show an example: https://medium.com/@awesomecode/let-awesomecode-add-magic-comment-to-your-ruby-code-8fee610b3702
Open source projects that are part of the average Rubyist’s toolbelt - like Homebrew and RVM - received an overwhelming amount of Pull Requests from new contributors at ROSS conf Amsterdam last weekend: https://blog.phusion.nl/2018/05/18/how-this-one-amsterdam-conference-generated-35-pull-requests-to-vital-ruby-oss-infrastructure-in-one-day-2/
Coinpare helps you easily compare cryptocurrency trading data across multiple exchanges and blockchains in the comfort of your terminal. You can also create and manage your own investment portfolio.
Learn how to improve, measure, and maintain developer productivity. This guide contains 5 key habits for developers, as well as related productivity tools to help you with: time management, code testing, distractions, and health preservation. Check it out! [more inside]
If your app is experiencing mysterious stability problems, Timeout::Error may be to blame.
I have just finished working on the second part of my Video Upload Platform series. In this post, we dig a little deeper into transcoding the uploaded videos into a common mp4 format. [more inside]
In this article we’re going to explore the following topics:
Think of it as a very short illustration of the concept of technical debt with Ruby code. https://rubyclarity.com/2018/05/a-real-world-example-of-technical-debt/