I’ve written a simple CSV generation and exporting class for use in Ruby on Rails apps.
I’m working on something new: an easy to set up Rails 5.1 development environment in Docker, configured via docker-compose.
Coming up with a name sucks all creative energy from a project. This is my new year’s resolution to prevent.
Hi, there! This time from Jekyll.
This weekend, I’ve been exploring the depths of Kubernetes and Azure, to see if we can host Ruby on Rails with them. Kubernetes is an open-source system for ...