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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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If you could buy time in bulk, you probably would. Well, here's a fast way to do just that. Take a look at the top picks in newsletters for: web and mobile development, front-end development and web design. Grab a few and give them a try!
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The first time I saw error handling on WWDC's Platform State of the Union, I thought "here we go again... exceptions". It quickly became clear that Swift's error handling isn't the same as Objective-C exceptions. So what does this error handling look like? Where are the differences? Let’s dive into it!
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JavaScript is a very popular programming language used in lots of projects, also those in Ruby on Rails. It's a good idea to get to know both od these. Whether you are an experienced web developer or just getting your feet wet in the wonderful "ocean" of web development and programming, these handy resources can help you improve your skills in JavaScript and hopefully teach you a few new tricks along the way.
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SQL: Query Result Model Part 2

Are you using SQL while coding in Ruby on Rails? I could even say I think in SQL! This is why I wanted to share a few tips and tricks that will help you work with query result models.
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We've been building Ember.js applications here at Netguru for a while and managed to get more devs interested in picking up the framework. Given our experience in teaching Rails via monthly workshops, a similar approach seemed like the best fit. Find out what happens when you put a bunch of developers on different levels of experience in a room with Ember.JS and Firebase.
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Here comes the next post in the *Today I Learned* series! In each post, we discuss a quick tip or a solution to a problem our developers came across in their projects. This time, our developer Kuba explains how to render templates to strings in Ember.js. Enjoy!
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Today I Learned: Deface Selectors Work on ERB Code, not HTML

Are you looking for quick solutions to your problems with code? You'll like our new post cycle: Today I Learned. We’re going to present quick tips which our developers during their everyday work. The first tip comes from Marcin and concerns Deface - the gem used in Spree e-commerce platform. Enjoy!
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