February 19, 2015
Today I will not publish a post about explaining source code because I want to share with you my experience with Erlang.
If you want to know more about my series on Explaining Source Code you can out check my previous posts where we read the Dotenv gem.
February 16, 2015
We are different. We have different coding styles and even preferences and this is not a problem. Until of course you start to work in team. The most annoying thing during code reviews is to check and fix styling errors. Or even worse someone asks you to fix your code because it does not meet the style guidelines.
February 12, 2015
Last week we begun a journey through the source code of the Dotenv gem. Today we’re gonna continue that journey. Last time we stopped right before jumping into the Environment class, so let’s begin reading it.
February 9, 2015
We live in the golden age of software development. Writing mobile and web applications is becoming easier thanks to amazing and brand new technologies and thanks to growing communities around them. Frameworks like Rails and AngularJS (just to name a few) provides us the power to build a working prototype in hours, if not minutes sometimes. But along with technologies, users needs grow too. I remember the days when I first started doing web development there was a simple rule: “If you make a user wait more than 30 seconds on a page, he/she will go away”.
February 5, 2015
This is the first in a series of posts about “Explaining Source Code”. Every week I will pick an interesting gem and I will try to explain each line of its source code, diving into interesting ruby code, patterns and techniques. Hopefully we’ll learn together every week.
The gem of the day is Dotenv.