Recently, we took an awesome business trip to Berlin. Mike North from Simplabs, an experienced Pluralsight author, and Ember contributor gave a great Ember workshop and we were lucky enough to see a talk by Tom Dale. Surprisingly, there is a Eurocity train which goes from Budapest, via Bratislava, Brno, and Berlin all the way […]
In March we made a business trip with a team of developers and colleagues from OAK’S LAB to Denver.
Since version 3.2.0 Redis that was released on May 6, 2016, the database introduces geospatial commands. Simply said it means that you can ask database like this: I would like to get list of nearest airports in selected location. Let’s extend this use case with pagination and implement it with Ruby.
Amsterdam. Big, cosmopolitan, English-speaking, bicycle-riding, welcoming city, where a typical everlasting scent “guides” you throughout the streets. Your camera won’t stay in your pocket or backpack for long, because the first building you see, is the Amsterdam Central Station. Amsterdam Central Station The location of this building is great for tourism because it’s a […]
Three weeks ago we hosted our next episode of Ruby Stories series. This time in a new venue that is usually used for theatre plays. So it had a nice acoustic suitable for speaking without a microphone.
Why do testing at all? It goes without saying that modern web development cannot be done without some form of automated testing. Working on a code base without a solid test suite is just creating problems in the long run and inviting a lot of future pains when your new feature breaks the app, and […]
Open-closed is one of the SOLID principles, an acronym originally coined by Uncle Bob. In this post I will cover what open-closed is, why it is important and how it applies to Ruby.
Ruby community in Brno hasn’t been active recently and we wanted to bring some fresh air. So we organized a new event that is focused solely on Ruby. It’s called Ruby Stories. What were the talks about? Who came?