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Negative feedback is something you shouldn't be afraid of - in fact, embracing it and getting the most out of it will help you evolve as a developer. I wanted to share how I learned to treat negative feedback as a push towards improvement.
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Have you ever been frustrated by needing to click “refresh” when working with your code? Or maybe compiling assets takes too long so that you have to wait a couple of seconds to see the result of a small change? If you answered yes to either of these questions - I’m sure that this tutorial is for you.
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How to Combine Ruby Sequel and Active Record in One App

This post explains how to use Ruby Sequel and Active Record depending on the complexity of your SQL queries. A real lifesaver when you work with loads of databases!
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How to Solve It: Mathematical Approach to Programming

Every day, we tackle problems more complex than those we’ve previously solved. In this blog post, I would like to extend concepts previously discussed in my previous post - problem solving with a mathematical approach.
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In this article, we’ll talk about React and Rails integration and what the react_webpack_rails gem can help you with.
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Today I Learned: Load Testing With Apache Bench

You develop an application, it starts growing, but at the same time your expanding userbase might slow the app down. So what can you do about it? Well, it’s time for load testing! I'll focus on the one of the easiest tools - Apache Bench.
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We hope that you’ll have a great time coding with us over the weekend during the Ruby on Rails workshop. But before we start, your machine will need to be ready for the challenge. Here is a quick checklist of what you should set up beforehand.
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Once your app becomes popular enough, you may want to consider moving your assets from internal servers to the cloud. Amazon Web Services (AWS) is one of the most popular options, but a lot of owners fail to utilize its full capacity. Here's how to optimize your Amazon servers and get the most of it.
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Been There, Coded That: After ReactEurope 2015

The dust has settled after ReactEurope, which took place on the 2nd and 3rd of July in Paris. What we saw was astonishing - read all about it!
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