Android Makers 2017: a quick overview of the conferences we found the most interesting
Feedback from a Junior Full Stack developer at Drivy since six months after graduating from a two-month bootcamp at Le Wagon.
Give more depth to your application's state using value objects. In this article I show one use of a common pattern in order to help you reduce the cognitive load carried by implicit assumptions.
A guided tour through covering common software practices enhancing simplicity. In this article I share my vision of code simplicity is by giving some context about software and code.
These are the slides of a presentation I gave at ParisRB. They present the new developer features of 5.6, 5.7 and what's coming in 8. It also shows how to use some of these features with Rails.
Having a clean git history is really useful for big pull requests. In this article we'll see how to edit previous commits to avoid clutter.
Monitoring your taskqueue to get deeper visibility on usage trends, find out slow jobs or queue congestion. Here's how we do it with a Sidekiq middleware, InfluxDB and Grafana.
Being agile on mobile apps has always been a challenge. You have to deal with users that don't update their apps and with the validation time on iOS. Let's see how to update your app without submitting a new version to the Play Store / App Store.
We sometimes use the Rails console in staging or production to fix rare issues and we've built a tool to have a better visibility and control of commands executed in the console. This article explains why we decided to build this and how we did it.
In order to share a file with other apps, the simplest way seems to be using the external storage as a temporary place to keep your file. However it has many drawbacks: more permissions are needed, you have less control and you leave more mess. Here is a solution to avoid this!
Taskqueues are used to asynchronously run tasks. They are very useful and very easy to get wrong, so in this article I'll share 12 tips to make sure it goes smoothly.