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Boost your productivity for all types of Ruby projects and cutting-edge technologies with RubyMine, a powerful IDE with smart coding assistance and advanced testing and debugging features. JetBrains RubyMine IDE includes a comprehensive Ruby code editor aware of dynamic language speci...
2015 is the 10th birthday of Ruby on Rails (or simply called Rails), the popular open source web application framework that uses the Ruby programming language. Ever since Rails burst on the scene a decade ago it has continued to scale up as an elegant way to build dynamic websites quic...
ProfitBricks, the provider of painless cloud infrastructure IaaS, today released its SDK for Ruby, written against the company's new RESTful API. The new SDK joins ProfitBricks' previously announced support for the popular multi-cloud open-source Fog project. This new Ruby SDK, which e...
Many sites have internal status pages of one kind or another. And when there's a problem, that's often the first place people have to check out what's going on. The status plugin helps us keep that information in-line within our chat client. You can avoid the "repeating what the comp...
Over the last couple of years, the usage of Relational databases for storing certain unstructured documents have been challenged and some architectures moved towards file system based storage like , HDFS, Amazon S3, GFS, Azure BLOB etc.. While the ab...
The US Federal Communications Commission has recently reported that "theft of digital information has become the most commonly reported fraud, surpassing physical theft." Businesses can do a lot to protect themselves. The FCC issued a Tip Sheet for small businesses to promote employee ...
Wednesday 13 August, 2014 NEW YORK -- Pearson, the world’s leading learning company, is partnering with Programmr, a pioneer in online coding technology, to create the next-generation of interactive platforms for learning how to code, using just a web brows...
Monday 4 August, 2014 Frant Pub to Host Sloe Gin World Championships Where to pick the best sloes, wild mushroom foraging and Christmas wreath making with Moondown The George pub in Frant, East Sussex near Tunbridge Wells is to again host the Sloe Gin World Championships on W...
As global warming causes sea levels to rise, the risk of flooding for coastal settlements also rises over time. A recent analysis by Reuters find that incidents of coastal flooding along the Eastern seaboard of the United States have surged in recent years as the sea level steadily ris...
The benefits of automation are well understood: more agile service provisioning, faster time to insight when there are issues, and a reduction in human error as manual interaction is reduced. Much of the premise behind long-term SDN architectural advantages is steeped in the hope that ...
Skytap is a big believer in open source software. Our company is built on amazing open source projects like Linux, Ruby on Rails and Node.js. That’s why we feel it’s so important to give back to the open source community by releasing and maintaining the MinorJS project. What is MinorJS...
Tropo provides a powerful cloud API that can be used to add real-time communication features to your app. Using  popular web technologies such as PHP, JavaScript, Ruby and many others, it makes it easier to create and control network features. Tropo also provides a great REST API that ...
Every application has it’s dark corner. Some part of the application of which you are not proud of. That part of the application is working code, it’s in production for some time but you still have an uneasy feeling about … Continue reading →
Monday 28 April, 2014 Monday 28th April: The Radio Academy has today announced that multi-award winning band the Kaiser Chiefs and platinum selling tenor and recording artist Alfie Boe will perform at this year's Radio Academy Awards. The prestigious annual event celebrating t...
One of the new features in SproutCore v1.10.0 was a PhantomJS unit test runner. It allowed us to automate SproutCore’s own framework unit tests, giving us awesome continuous integration support right in GitHub via the great Travis-CI service. If you use CoreTest, SproutCore’...
The rabbit is out of the hat: I'm indeed working on a new book. It's called "RabbitMQ Essentials" and is published by PackT Publishing. Yes, you're reading right, after Mule, it's now RabbitMQ's turn! Clearly, I'm specializing in writing about animal-named technologies.(C) Kallisto Stu...
AppDynamics is excited to announce the Node.js agent is available in beta. The AppDynamics Node.js agent now supports all the core AppDynamics features users know and love including auto-discovery of business transactions, dynamic baselining, application flow maps,  and transaction sna...
This is a guest blog post by Lance Ennen, Co-Founder and Chief Technology Officer of Big Astronaut. Lance is driving Big Astronaut’s core technology values and development around virtual software development, running virtual teams, and delivering the ‘wow factor’ to &...
Dean Krafft, Chief Technology Strategist for Cornell University Library, is at Harvard to talk about the Mellon-funded Linked Data for Libraries (LD4L) project he leads. The grantees include Cornell, Stanford, and the Harvard Library Innovation Lab (which is co-sponsoring the talk with...
Tuesday 25 February, 2014 Flatpack2go, a leader in quality flat-pack furniture is set to storm Britain with its new range of luxury designer beds. The new collection includes contemporary beds made from the finest faux leather with sprung slated bases that can be purchased in ...
This is a guest blog post by Pedro Belo. Pedro worked as a Ruby consultant in Brazil and in the US, until joining Heroku in 2008. When we first read his article from July 2011 we immediately knew it would … Continue reading →
How to handle increasing support requests Over the last couple of months Codeship grew tremendously. We run more builds and deployments for a growing number of companies. We are always striving to make the setup on the Codeship a success … Continue reading →
http://www.sdtimes.com/content/article.aspx?ArticleID=67541&page=1 The term Big Data is an all-encompassing phrase that has various subdivisions addressing different needs of the customers. The most common description of Big Data talks about the four V’s: Volume, Velocity, Variety...
http://www.sdtimes.com/content/article.aspx?ArticleID=67541&page=1 The term Big Data is an all-encompassing phrase that has various subdivisions addressing different needs of the customers. The most common description of Big Data talks about the four V’s: Volume, Velocity, Variety...
This is a guest blog post by Ryan McGeary. Ryan runs Busyconf, where he aims to make conference planning easy. When we first saw his article we thought it would be a great tutorial about Continuous Integration and Continuous Deployment … Continue reading →
Throughout the festive period you might have some time to sit back and enjoy some of your favorite podcasts. The Codeship Crew is big on listening to podcasts as they deliver constant learning material and it is always great to … Continue reading →
Bucharest, Romania, December 17, 2013 --(PR.com)-- Nobel, Ltd., a major player on the global telecom market in the last 15 years, launches NobelApp – a one of a kind app for iPhone & Android devices. NobelApp comes as a practical tool for millions of Nobel’s phone card...
In an age that’s enshrined in apps and online enterprise, learning to code is becoming more imperative than ever, so it’s just as well some companies are rising to the challenge by creating the tools to bring programming skills to more people. One of these companies is Thinkful, a star...
Many new programmers struggle when it comes to selecting their first language to learn. Which is easiest, the most professionally useful, the most newbie-friendly? Lets find out by showing you a range of options, their strengths and weaknesses, and some information about the most com...
With the first widgets for opentaps 2 are some big changes: Not just a new look and feel or a new technical framework, but a whole new philosophy for building better software with open communities.   This philosophy could be summed up as: Make opentaps Benefit the Maximum Number of Peo...
Sharing a common development environment with everyone on your team is important. It is really hard though to keep the same dependencies, database versions and other systems in sync between different machines. Vagrant is a great tool that helps with … Continue reading →
This book is exactly what the sub-title "A Practical Guide to Agile Requirements Discovery" says it is. The book is a very detailed breakdown of the steps that should be taken by Scrum teams that want to succeed.I have listed the chapters below to give you an overview of the topics the...
If you have a slow test suite and you are asking yourself "how can I make my tests faster?" then you are asking the wrong question. Most chances are that you have bigger problems than just slow tests. The test slowness is merely the symptom; what you should really address is the cause....
UPDATE: We’ve added performance comparisons done by Jonathan Rochkind to the additional links. He had Puma come out on top as well. 18 months ago I wrote a blog post about how to use Unicorn to optimize our Heroku performance. … Continue reading →
This is a republished guest blog post. The original article is written by Oren Dobzinski. You can find it on his Re-factor blog. If you have a slow test suite and you are asking yourself “how can I make my … Continue reading →
Instant API Management with Intel and Amazon Did you know you can get started with Intel Expressway API Manager on AWS Marketplace today with only a few clicks? You can have instant API Management and enhanced EC2 security for applications and services exposed from public or hybrid clo...
Developers need to be able to run tests quickly or they will stop running them. Slow test suites are often partially caused by slow startup times. Once you've eliminated this problem, you might want to take a look at individual tests. Note that test suites stress your code in a tot...
How to set up Continuous Integration and Continuous Deployment for a Ruby on Rails Application from BitBucket to Heroku In this blog post we’re gonna deploy a Ruby on Rails application from a Bitbucket repository to Heroku using the Codeship. … Continue reading →
This is a republished guest blog post. The original article is written by Manfred Stienstra. You can find it on the fingertips blog. Developers need to be able to run tests quickly or they will stop running them. Slow test … Continue reading →
With McAfee Focus underway this week I wanted to revisit security, risk and compliance in the context of providing Bulletproof API management. So what does it take? There is some prevailing wisdom out there that security for APIs and API … Read more >The post Bullet...