Written content to help you along your web development journey, without forgetting to have some fun along the way.
It's important to revisit the learning process every once in awhile. It strengthens the core of your abilities and can help prevent you from getting stuck going through the motions.
Turbolinks is a great idea in theory, but it comes with enough problems to offset its benefits.
I've gone back to Mint.com a few times because it's supposed to be the best of the best. But I just can't get past these two issues.
Sometimes you need to get to a class that you have deleted or renamed within a migration file. Here's how you do it.
You got yourself into that pickle where you created a migration, migrated, deleted the migration, then tried to rollback. Here's how you get around it!
This builds on a previous example and brings some movement to our dots!
Making decisions about money or time you've already spent is illogical. Learn how to make smarter, more logical decisions.
The wide world of canvas is open-ended. Here's a fun example to dig in and learn some of the basics of HTML5 canvas.
When another website is doing the heavy-lifting updating some content you want to keep up on, but there's no good integration with Slack, you can parse it yourself and post directly to a Slack channel.
Recruiters these days seem hell-bent on knowing whether or not you've worked a remote job in the past. The truth is it doesn't matter. The truth is we're all already doing it.