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?
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Welcome to Brighton! South from London. Ruby. Beach. English breakfast.
Hi everyone, I’m Ondrej and I’m a co-author of GoPay Ruby gem. In this blog post, I’ll tell you how we make our lives easier when handling payments via GoPay REST API.
In computer programming, SOLID (Single responsibility, Open-closed, Liskov substitution, Interface segregation and Dependency inversion) is a mnemonic acronym introduced by Michael Feathers for the “first five principles” named by Robert C. Martin in the early 2000s that stands for five basic principles of object-oriented programming and design. The principles, when applied together, intend to make […]
On many occasions we need to load multiple records with associations from a database. The easiest way is to access this is via iteration (.each) written in Ruby. This is not the best approach as it can result in issuing 1+n queries (complexity O(n)) instead of single query (O(1)). Using iteration isn’t optimal because as the […]