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How Sass 3.3 Will Solve Your RWD Problems

At netguru we use Sass a lot. In this blog post I'll write about my favorite new features in Sass 3.3, and how it helps us with creating responsive web pages.
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Dokku Client for rails project with preinstalled dokku plugins
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The transition from Java to Ruby wasn’t the easiest thing in my life, and at first I had many doubts about what I was seeing.
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How Developing SPA Influenced Me & My Code

I’d like to share my thoughts about what’s different (the good and the not-so-good) in SPA’s and why as a web developer, you should care about it. Of course, YMMV, so I encourage you to share your opinions in the comments!
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So you’ve decided to learn Ruby? Great to hear! It’s always a pleasure to introduce another person into the Ruby community.
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Ups and Downs of Pull Request Flow - part 2

At Netguru, we keep everything on a master branch and deploy as often as we can. Our code review process works on commit by commit basis, and you have to get your code reviewed by somebody, or else your build will fail.
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Ups and Downs of Pull Request Flow - part 1

We are often asked if our teams use feature branches and/or pull requests in our projects. When we say no, the next question is usually followed by some form of “don’t you guys care about quality?”.
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I am a Rails developer at Netguru, and every now and then, I get interested in other languages or frameworks that we can use to build web apps. Just recently, I experimented with node & express, but now I’d like to try some Python (and Django) and walk you through the process of what I experience as a Rails developer learning Django.
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Continuously integrate your DNS setup

A little while ago, the service that Netguru used to host DNS for our domains (Zerigo) suffered from a severe DNS attack that managed...
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I’ve used Rails now for about three and a half years, two of which have been as a developer at Netguru. But before Netguru, I was a PHP developer for 5 years in various companies. I had been trying my strength in C, C++, Java, and other languages, but I couldn’t find one that fit me. It was a hard decision to switch to a different language and start all over again from scratch, but looking back on it now, I can say it was worth it.
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