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May 26, 2016

Securing Ruby on Rails Apps

By Guillermo Chao

May 23, 2016

Reactive Programming

By JR González

May 13, 2016

Rails ActionCable

By Emiliano Coppo

May 26, 2016

Securing Ruby on Rails Apps

DevSnack #42: We all know the benefits of Ruby on Rails applications, but what about their security? In this DevSnack we will cover different aspects of Ruby on Rails applications from a security standpoint. It doesn’t exist a simple guide to follow in order to make the “impenetrable” web application, but with the following articles you will […]

By Guillermo Chao


May 23, 2016

Reactive Programming

DevSnack #41: Want to learn what Reactive programming is? It’s become a very popular paradigm, increasing its importance among highly interactive websites like Netflix. In this DevSnack you will learn what Reactive programming is and see a few interesting implementations of it.

By JR González


May 13, 2016

Rails ActionCable

DevSnack #40: Everything changes. It’s a fact. A few years ago web development was very rudimentary, it just comprehended to serve a bunch of files from a web server which then the browser would interpret and render as a web page. But as time goes on, new technologies and also new requirements have emerged, transforming web […]

By Emiliano Coppo


May 6, 2016

About motivation, inspiration, productivity & concentration

DevSnack #39: Motivation, inspiration, productivity, concentration… all those are common words we are used to hear everyday. But, what we really know about those concepts? Let’s take a quick tour to understand them better and discover some tricks and tips. I’ve personally found much of this stuff really helpful in different stages of my own career, […]

By Guillermo Chiacchio


April 29, 2016

Open source Slack integrations for agile teams

DevSnack #38: At Moove-it we love agile methodologies, Slack and open source code. So, like Captain Planet and the Planeteers, combining all three we present you: Must-have open source Slack integrations for agile teams!

By Juan Manuel Pereira


April 27, 2016

10.5 Talks I Wouldn’t Miss At RailsConf 2016

RailsConf 2016 in Kansas City is one of the Ruby community’s most important international events. Working for a company which contributes to Ruby-related events as part of its strategy to build high-performance software teams, I felt like it would be a nice idea to share which talks I’ll attend, and the reasons why I wouldn’t […]

By Gustavo Armagno


April 22, 2016

About Content Management Systems

DevSnack #37: Deciding whether to use a platform for managing the content of a website is a decisive choice to make at the beginning of a web project. We should consider time, budget and client flexibility around requirements. Today’s DevSnack will explore when it’s convenient to use a Content Management System (CMS), and will present some options available […]

By Juan Andrés Zeni


April 14, 2016

Shared Vagrant setup across multiple projects

This post is intended for automation lovers, who want to automate the setup of the development environment in microservice-based projects.

By Gustavo Armagno


April 13, 2016

Continuous Delivery

DevSnack #36: Are you afraid of releases? Too many things can go wrong? Too many features involved when releasing? Lack of coordination between departments? Continuous delivery aims to remove these fears. It’s a software engineering approach that will help you produce software in shorter cycles ensuring that it can be released at any point in time with high quality standards.

By Germán Barros


April 8, 2016

Building Modern Web Apps With JHipster

DevSnack #35: JHipster is a Yeoman generator, used to create a Spring Boot + AngularJS project. A few days ago, the Java Hipster team released the version 3.0 adding support for project generation with a complete Microservices architecture.  Let’s review JHipster through the following links!

By Agustín Pazos


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