Long time since last post, isn’t it? Well, I’m completely busy with my work in Nettigo, selling Arduinos and other nice gears :) I do not do gigs anymore, so there is a lot less reasons to write about Rails. But I still use this framework, since my backend software is written in Rails, so […]
I’ve found this interesting – a bunch of info from Mike Subelsky (creator of OtherInbox) how to use Ruby and Rails in challenging startup environment (each startup’s environment is challenging :)) ) Ruby For Startups View more presentations from subelsky.
I’m using Rails and Ruby over 3 years now, but with each month I know there is a lot new things to learn. Recently I’m trying to learn much more about design patterns, and how to use them. If You are new to design patterns and want to know why it is worth to learn […]
Last few weeks were somewhat crazy time. But I’m seeing finish line not so far away and I hope to find more time for blogging in upcoming weeks. At least I have few things to share, which could be interesting for other Rails developers. So let’s start with MySQL and it’s collations. I have wrote […]
Well, last 6 years I was using Windows as a main OS for my home/developer computers. Partly it was not mine decision, since my employers required me to run Windows. But, since I’ve jumped out of regular 9to5 two years ago this was not true anymore. It was convenient for me to use Windows, and […]