If you’re planning to make a startup, last time we showed you some techniques of bootstrapping money for it. This time we’ll share some piece of advice about what you shouldn’t do when starting your business. If you are going to avoid making the same mistakes that so many entrepreneurs have made, the first step is to be able to recognize them. So, this post offers a high-level overview of the trends to avoid when you do a startup.
Once we collected for you some tips and methods to write a better Ruby code. And now we are going to show you some magic. Please, welcome seven techniques to increase the developer experience during a Rails Console session. Please note that some of them will come from Ruby itself, and thus won’t be necessarily restricted to the console.
Previously we described the difference between Elixir and Ruby and the main features. One of the features of Elixir is the ability to work with umbrella projects. With umbrella projects, Elixir allows you to have more than one application in your system. The really nice thing about this is that there is almost no difference between an application inside an umbrella and the same application if it were built as a single project. So, let’s have a look at the benefits of umbrella projects.
Recently we made a post with Google Cloud and AWS comparison. But we promised to include there Microsoft Azure. While we’re still working on that you might enjoy the example of creating a serverless API using Microsoft Azure. What if you want or need to make your own API? Serverless can help create a nice one for data you’d like to expose for use. Here we’ll be able to create an API in a few button clicks, with minor modifications.
As we support many blockchain events, that was obvious for us to share this article about creating an app using blockchain plus our core stack framework – Rails. This tutorial shows how to work with blockchain using Ruby and how to create a decentralized application based on Ruby on Rails. It doesn’t cover deep knowledge of blockchain, only a basic introduction that helps to understand how it works and how to design dApp architecture.
Syndicode shared with you backend development cheatsheet for 2018 where you could find step by step visual guides demonstrating the bigger picture of what you should know as a frontend developer. And now we will present you the flexible relational (not key-value, not document-oriented) store that makes it easy to describe, grow, and reuse your domain schema and will check what do you know about Mentat knowledge base?
In our articles, we’ve already told you about Raccoon.World that is developing rehabilitation solution for people with hand disabilities based on Big Data and Machine Learning. Today we’ll pay more attention to the Fritz that is the end-to-end solution for on-device ML.