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Design Patterns and Refactoring

Replace Conditional with Polymorphism<p>Problem<p>You have a conditional that performs various actions depending on object type or …

101 Ruby Code Factoids

0) ‘methods’ method<p>Since <i>almost</i> everything in Ruby is an Object you can type dot methods on it to see what methods are available.<p>Ruby<p>4.methods - …

Using HTTPs with Ruby on Rails

Summary<p>HTTPS is the secure, encrypted version of the HTTP protocol. To serve a Ruby on Rails application via HTTPS there are 3 steps you need to …

Using helper methods inside your controllers

Have you ever needed to use a helper method inside your controller? I did, a few times. If you included the helper module inside the controller, as I …

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Get Started Contributing to Open Source Projects

Help out your favorite open source projects and become a better developer while doing it.<p>Pick your favorite repos to receive a different open issue …

Raspberry Pi

The Many Uses Of Ruby Case Statements

Whenever you need to use some if / elsif statements you could consider using a Ruby case statement instead. In this post, you will learn a few …

How to create self hosted Heroku like server in 5 simple steps

Goal — `git push` and chill ☕️<p><i>Article first appeared on my personal blog ––</i></i> …

Little Things: Refactoring with Hashes

The author presents a simple refactoring from case statement to hash table, as an ode to Ruby's "little things" — 2-minute read

Don’t Copy & Paste. Retype.

In this day and age, Google and Stack Overflow are quite essential tools for any developer. Lately, though, the latter seems to be getting some bad …

Building Minimal Docker Image for Rails App

It's no secret that we like to build things using Ruby here at Kontena, Inc. headquarters. And when it comes to web applications, Ruby on Rails is …

Mike Monteiro - "Fuck you pay me" (PT Br)

Learning Fluency

<i>Adapted from a talk at the 2015 Burlington Ruby Conference and reworked in November 2016 for RubyConf 2016.</i><p>Hi, I am Sara. That’s me in the hat.<p>I like …

Patching Rails Performance

In a recent patch we improved Rails response time by <b>>10%</b>, our largest improvement to date. I'm going to show you how I did it, and introduce you to …

Software Development

Speed Up Your Rails App by 66% - The Complete Guide to Rails Caching

by <b>Nate Berkopec</b> (@nateberkopec) of (who?), a Rails performance consultancy.<p>SHARE:<p><b>Summary:</b> Caching in a Rails app is a little bit like that one friend …

Dash 3: A Coder’s Best Friend – MacStories

As a Mac and iOS developer, web designer, Unix lover and all around coder, Kapeli's Dash has become an indispensable part of my workflow. Version 3 of the reference tool was released recently, and it continues to be a tool I'd be lost without.<p>What's Dash?<p>If you're not familiar with Dash, I'll recap …

The Secret Startup That Saved the Worst Website in America

How a team of young people, living in a repurposed McMansion in Maryland, helped rebuild Healthcare.gov<p>Loren Yu was on a weekend trip in Los Angeles when he received an urgent email from a friend. The friend, Kalvin Wang, had a proposition.<p>"If your response isn’t ‘no way,’ then we should talk ASAP, …

Health Care

A handy cheatsheet for Ruby and Rails development inside Vim

A while ago, I published a cheatsheet that I wanted to keep handy while doing Ruby and Rails development inside Vim. It's the result of years using …

Handy