Tag Ruby on Rails

Scaling github with Sam Lambert

http://traffic.libsyn.com/sedaily/github_edited_fixed.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | Download github has grown to have 10 million users and 30 million repositories. Getting to this scale has required innovation in many places–github has significantly altered the code for git itself, and has built unique infrastructure and written low level code to architect for git repository management at scale.   Despite the need for cutting-edge technologies to support github, the development culture at github

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Open Source and Rails with Aaron Patterson

http://traffic.libsyn.com/sedaily/RailsOSS.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | Download “I have a really fun time being in open source, and I want other people in the community to feel the same way as well. Programming isn’t just my job – its also my hobby.” Ruby on Rails has had the most commits made by its creator, David Heinemeier Hansson. The next most frequent contributor to Rails is Aaron Patterson, our guest on

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Bridge Foundry with Sarah Allen

http://traffic.libsyn.com/sedaily/bridge_foundry_Edited.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | Download “If we don’t have all of the people represented in the creation activities, I don’t believe we’re going to end up with the solutions that we need for our society.” Technology careers are not as accessible to certain demographics, such as women. Sarah Allen is working to change that through education and outreach. Sarah Allen created RailsBridge and Bridge Foundry, a pair of

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Want to learn Ruby on Rails? Start Here…

From Felix Oginni’s post via Quora: I got the Job. My first project was to build a text messaging application that talks to Wolfram Alpha using the Twilio Api. …Ooo snap. I’m in deep shit now!. He’s going to fire me, I don’t know how to build that! Why did I even apply? *screams* HELP! We had a Skype conversation and he introduced me to the team… and the tech stack

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Digital Transformation of Government with Sarah Allen

“When we say a ‘21st century government’, what we’re seeing is that people are using their smartphones, they’re online, and we have the potential to actually deliver better services to our people at dramatically lower costs.”

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The Ruby Community with Marty Haught

“Every time I’ve gone to a conference, there’s always been some new idea or some new way of working that I’ve been exposed to.”

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Learning Rails with Michael Hartl

“It really seemed like Rails just put everything together, so I thought well let’s give this thing a try, and I liked it.”

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Free Code Camp with Quincy Larson

“Free Code Camp is my effort to correct the extremely inefficient and circuitous way I learned to code. I’m committing my career and the rest of my life towards making this process as efficient and painless as possible.”

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Turing School with Steve Kinney

Turing School of Software and Design is a seven-month program that teaches software development in Denver.

Steve Kinney is the co-director of academics at Turing School of Software and Design.

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Poker to Programming with Haseeb Qureshi

“If I was trying to learn coding on my own, to the level that App Academy was able to teach me, it definitely would have taken me significantly longer.”

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Creativity and Engineering with Derek Sivers

“Creativity never comes to you – she will only meet you halfway.”

Derek Sivers is a programmer, musician, and writer. He has created several companies and products, including CD Baby, which became the largest seller of independent music online.

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Automating the CS Classroom with Prah Veluvolu

Mimir is a platform that helps schools scale up their computer science program. It provides automated code grading, plagiarism checking, code quality analysis and additional course management tools.

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Training Software Engineers with David Yang and Nimit Maru

“Javascript is like English – it hitched itself to the most powerful horse in the history of mankind, the web, and it has really exploded since then.”

Fullstack Academy is a 13-week immersive program for students to learn software engineering. Their flagship course focuses primarily on Javascript and the associated frameworks used to build real-world web applications.

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Meteor vs. Ruby On Rails

Originally posted on Quora by Yad Faeq: In their core, both of them have brought a group of packages Rails from Ruby gems, Meteor from npm packages and packed them together to serve a a modern Web Framework. Ruby On Rails is a web framework that is widely known for asserting the MVC architecture, which sometimes Meteor can be referred to as well for being a Framework asserting a neat

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