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#RichTV Jobs | ‘The Recruiter’ – A phone conversation with a brilliant Ruby on Rails developer in San Diego with 3 years of software development experience. The candidate is immediately available for employment. Season 2, Episode 27. Upcoming: RichTV Live YouTube Forum, Q&A with Rich, Sat, May 5, 2PM PT. Subscribe on YouTube/tap bell icon […]
If you’re using Postgres (say as a part of your backend stack, say Ruby on Rails, Django) you can easily try out GraphQL APIs on top of your existing database with Hasura. It is as simple as exporting and importing the database with the tools that you are familiar with (pg_dump and psql)! Hasura’s GraphQL […]
Ruby on Rails development services offered by SynapseCo are popular worldwide. Our Ruby on Rails (RoR) experts have turned business ideas of numerous clients into million-dollar applications and they have reached the top positions in their business categories. You can also become one of them by availing our end-to-end services: web 2.0 development, web application […]
Great tools are key to great development and an awesome console and interactive debugger are up there on the list of tools EVERY developer should have access to. In particular, Pry and the Jazz Hands bundle that includes a few goodies with Pry (mostly, other Pry plugins) bring a very useful console for code exploration […]
Shelly Roche of Wordchuck ( discusses the Internationalization (i18n) and Localization (l10n) of web apps. She covers the basics of i18n, common pitfalls, hidden challenges, and what she’s learned building Wordchuck, a service that streamlines the localization process. Feb 9, 2011carol
“I didn’t have time to write a short letter, so I wrote a long one instead.” -Mark Twain Writing small classes is hard. You know you should, but how do you actually do it? It’s so much easier to write a large class. In this talk we’ll build up a set of small classes starting […]