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Are you one of those who open countless tabs in your browser, promising yourself to read all these Ruby on Rails blog posts and tutorials someday? The following podcasts can help to familiarize you with some of the most interesting features of Ruby on Rails.
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Why I Went Back to Thinking in SQL

Beware: this post gets a bit emotional at times. I wanted to share some thoughts about SQL, or rather my thoughts about thinking in this language. I made an unexpected comeback after a few unsuccessful cases with ActiveRecord.
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On April 24-25th, our team visited Gdańsk for yet another edition of free Ruby on Rails workshop. Now, after we spent a weekend on coding by the sea, there’s nothing more to say than: what an awesome event it was!
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Online users have hardly tolerate websites that take ages to load. Here is a list of page speed tools that webmasters and developers can use to measure website and blog load speeds.
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Refactoring - When?

This short series of blogposts answers the why, how, and when of code refactoring. If you are... a manager or client of a dev team who wants to understand why your team chooses to spend time on things that don’t show immediately tangible results, a developer who needs to explain to a manager or client why you have to spend time on something that yields non-tangible results, ...then this blog post was made just for you!
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8 Rules to Improve Your CSS

I’ve put together 8 rules that help me keep my CSS clean, well-written, and in line with best practices. When combined, these rules will give you the ultimate template for good, scalable CSS architecture.
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Imperative vs. Declarative Programming - Pros and Cons

In contrast to the imperative programming, declarative programming is about describing what you're trying to achieve, without instructing how to do it. Read on and check out my presentation on programming paradigms.
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How to Write a Perfect ReadMe

The clarity of readme files is critical for software developers. That information varies from installation instructions to potential bugs and depends on the nature of the software. Fortunately, there is a set of good practices to follow if you want your ReadMe to be neat.
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Resources to Master AngularJS

Are you looking for resources to get the best use out of AngularJS? We’ve put together a comprehensive list of tutorials, podcasts and guides, perfect for those who either get started or try to improve their skills.
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Sharing knowledge is important for us and we put a lot of effort into making it as quick and transparent as possible, especially for a team distributed across the globe.
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