Tutorials and opinions about development in Ruby on Rails.
TIL scopes can be an extremely useful tool to implement in your code.
I just got done with my sorting and averaging challenge, and have made it 3 quarters of the way through my Cash Register 3 assignment.
The main languages I’ve used this year
Run Delayed Job in threads to eliminate dedicated dynos for background jobs on Heroku.
A short walk in TDD park…
Building the current_user and user_signed_in? helper methods
or 50% through Bootcamp
Managing ops on a small team can be a real pain. At WillCall our infrastructure is pretty simple but we still have to spin up and down lots…
Because all apps don’t need Ember or Angular
Be nice to those who work on your work
My experience as a TA at RailsBridge Boston
Docker is getting bigger everyday that passes, and as a developer I like to toy around with bleeding edge technology.
Tell me if this sounds familiar: Because Rails doesn’t include many of the configurations that you prefer, you spend way too much time…
So now that I’ve finished all of the required pre-work for Launch Academy, I feel much more confident in my ability to tackle the program…
Here’s what I wish I knew when I was just starting…
They don’t need to be Fat anymore
A Guide to Learning Rails in 2 months
I love the Ruby community. The amount of innovation that happens is astonishing.
Originally posted on the Rails Dispatch website on May 3, 2010.
Edited by Yehuda Katz. It was originally posted over on the Rails Dispatch website on May 13, 2010.
While much of Rails 3 is seeing an internal rewrite, the Routes DSL has seen a complete revision in Rails 3.
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