Thank you to DHH, the Rails core team, and the Rails community for Rails.
Thank you to Jonas Nicklas for Capybara, an intuitive browser simulation framework.
Thank you to Travis CI for letting us know when our code is working (or broken) on various versions of Ruby.
Many months ago REMOTE , a new book that he and David Heinemeier Hansson were writing.asked me to think about a cover idea for
I thought REWORK , their previous book, had an iconic cover. The sole image of crumpled paper alluded to "back to the drawing board." It's a great cover.
I decided early on to keep the main color scheme for the REMOTE cover: red, black, and white. I liked how the titles "REMOTE" and "REWORK" read …
…Android. Jason Fried ( Designer)—Jason got mathematical. David Heinemeier Hansson ( Programmer)—David likes sunsets. Noah Lorang (Biggest Data)—Noah has a thing for vertical lines. Javan Makhmali ( Programmer)—Javan got in touch with nature. Pratik Naik ( Programmer)—Pratik went Android too. Ryan Singer ( Designer)—Ryan got clean, but still warm and earthy. Trevor Turk ( Programmer)—Trevor is consistent. Scott Upton ( Designer)—Scott needs to upgrade now. …
Vinod , DHH, Tony Hsieh inspire entrepreneurs in Kazakhstan
The world's leading entrepreneurs and venture capitalists inspire young entrepreneurs in Kazakhstan to build something epic. Featuring Vinod Khosla, David Heinemeier Hansson, Tony Hsieh and Wendy Kopp. The full list of people featured includes:
- Arman Suleimenov. Founding team of Collections ( YCombinator S12). Creator of ' Princeton Startup'. …
David Heinemeier Hansson -- REMOTE: Not Required
A conversation with David Heinemeier Hansson, partner atand creator of , about his new book Remote. Part of Highfive.com's thought leader series.
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Rails just keeps on changing. Both Rails 3 and 4, as well as Ruby 1.9 and 2.0, bring hundreds of improvements, including new APIs and substantial performance enhancements. The fourth edition of this award-winning classic has been reorganized and refocused so it's more useful than ever before for developers new to Ruby and Rails.
Rails 4 introduces a number of user-facing changes, and the ebook has been updated to match all the latest changes and new best practices in Rails …
…Rails community is that Rails's progenitor and overlord David Heinemeier Hansson gives out advice on infrastructure which is very hard to take seriously, and advice on business which very obviously works, yet people seem, to me, to ignore his opinions about business while imitating his infrastructure and finding that it doesn't work for them.
As an aside, I'd like to see people take Mr. Hansson's business advice more seriously. I said above that "all you really …
…in the criteria for evaluating those strategies. Second, there's a much more prosaic factor: David Heinemeier Hansson is an incredible salesman. He sold the entire web dev world on the concept of MVC, and did so with such effectiveness and thoroughness that web devs still frame questions in terms of MVC, even in situations where MVC is not the most important factor. I think this is one of those situations.
Backbone has a superior object design to Ember. I can barely even call it a …
Rack middleware is incredibly simple and powerful, it allows you to decouple logic into a layered architecture.
We have identified a simple pattern when we are building many Issue publishing platform.middlewares for our
The trick is to utilise both Rack::Request and Rack:: MockedRequest objects.
Now, I have followed this pattern and converted DHH'srequirement rails plugin into a rack middleware in less than 10mins.
Rack it up
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Q. In 2005, what did David Heinemeier Hansson create in 15 minutes, which helped kick start the popularity of?
A. A blog
Q: What major feature was recently pulled from Rails 4.0?
A: The Queue API
Q. What version of Rails first included support for Rack?
A. Version 2.2 (We also accepted2.3)
Q. Whatweb framework joined forces with Rails 2 to create Rails 3?
Q. How many Ruby core classes were monkey-patched by Rails' …