README: Getting Started
The "Getting Started" section outlines the process of getting the app installed and usable for a developer. I define ‘usable' in this context as able to login to the application and access all of the functionality available.
Information you might want to include …
…20.8% "campfire" 26.9% "help" 35.4% " basecamp" 49.5%
This isn't earth shattering—this is exactly what you'd expect, and is the basis for the rudimentary classification we initially used.
With our data loaded and cleaned, we'll get started building a model. First, we'll split our total sample in two to get a "training" and a "test" set. We don't want to include all of our data in the "training" of …
…capture moments the tiny sensor in the iPhone can't quite get. Here are the answers I got in Basecamp:
Jamie Dihiansan Fujifilm X100S and Nexus 4
I just got a Fujifilm X100S . I really dig it. Been waiting for a while to get one. I like the fixed focal length (35mm equivalent) and the low-light image quality under high ISO (6400). I also use the Nexus 4 for Instagram, Facebook, casual polaroid type shots.
Mig Reyes Panasonic GF-1 and iPhone
I have a Panasonic GF-1…
How Has Tidied The routes.rb File on Next
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…you and up to five others on your team.
We'll be there to answer all of your Basecamp questions and to help turn you into a Basecamp pro. We can also show you some best practices to help you and your team get the most out of Basecamp. You'll just want to bring your own laptop so we'll be able to do all this inside your Basecamp account.
Space is limited. Make sure to register and save your spot .
Support added for the techniques mentioned in this blog post: How Basecamp Next got to be so damn fast without using much client-side UI including two mechanisms for pushState based and two mechanisms for intelligent hierarchical fragment caching.
all tags now use the standardAJAX support mechanism, …
I argue that all these newfangled libraries are actually detrimental to the user experience in some ways, as they lock you into certain patterns (it's hard do to things the authors didn't anticipate) and if you use something like Ember…
This weekis joined by , developer at and one of the maintainers of . Nick and Ben discuss the just released Basecamp iOS app, the architecture of the app, the origins of the app and how it became what it is today, and in general. They then move on to discuss the recent RubyGems.org cracking, the mechanism behind it, the process of restoring the service, and how it might affect …
Thank you to Braintree for processing payments for ourselves and our clients.
Thank you to SendGrid for making world-class email delivery a no-brainer, and for your smart, friendly, tireless support.
Thank you to New Relic for making performance monitoring pleasant.
Thank you to Amazon Web Services for hosting our assets.
Thank you to Tumblr for hosting our blog. …
Evening on Backbone.js/Views w/ with David Heinemeier Hansson
sponsored by Manilla.com (http://manilla.com) and SFRails (http://meetup.com/SFRails/). ( DHH) discusses the new " Basecamp Next" implementation, shows off code from their complete rewrite, and reveals their new advanced " " caching strategy.
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