Taylor Jones: Serverless Architecture Have you ever wondered why people keep talking about serverless architecture? What are they even? Have you ever wanted to understand why people are embracing services like AWS, Heroku, and DigitalOcean more? In this talk, we’ll explore what serverless architecture is, how you’re probably using it, and how we can all […]
About Capital Factory Capital Factory is the entrepreneurial center of gravity in Austin, Texas. Located in the middle of downtown, Capital Factory has 50,000 square feet full of startups and entrepreneurs. Take classes to learn the skills that startups need, attend meet ups to find a co-founder, rent a desk for your startup or apply […]
Front-End Sadness to Happiness: The React on Rails Story Standard Rails development made me happy like no other programming paradigm in my career. Simple front-end development with standard Rails and a sprinkling of jQuery was ‘OK’ Then, in 2014, I had to build a front-end that dynamically updated like a desktop app. I knew there […]
With React Native Storybook you can design and develop individual React Native components without running your app. Storybook is a development environment for React UI components. It allows you to browse a component library, view the different states of each component, and interactively develop and test components. Jonas wrote a blog post on how to […]
Partnering with Actualize, I volunteered to lead a small class of students through a 90-minute tutorial demonstrating the usage and virtues of Ruby on Rails in the development of a basic website using Cloud9 as the text editor, terminal, and browser.
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The pitch here is really simple. Having a structure where developers feel supported makes them happier, and less likely to leave. Retention and training is much cheaper than hiring and on-boarding and leads to a better work place. We think we have a lightweight structure for supporting developer growth and we think it will be […]
23 students attended Le Wagon Lisbon coding bootcamp from April 16th to June 15th, 2018. Check out the projects they built with Ruby on Rails in only 2 weeks!