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July 22, 2016

Avoid the craziness!

By Lucía Carozzi

July 15, 2016

What's with Elixir?

By Lucas Aragno

July 8, 2016

Off the Rails

By Ashley Lewis

July 22, 2016

Avoid the craziness!

DevSnack #50: Are you the kind of person that keeps a thousand open tabs in your browser? Do you use several browsers and find yourself lost between old posts that you, for some reason, don’t want to lose? Have you ever tried to bookmark something you already bookmarked months ago but you have still not read? […]

By Lucía Carozzi


July 15, 2016

What’s with Elixir?

DevSnack #49: Learning a new programming language can be hard. Even if the syntax of the new language looks familiar, you need to figure out how that new programming language’s paradigm fits with your knowledge. Apart from that, you need to learn about the tools, libraries, modules and frameworks in the language ecosystem and how they work together. […]

By Lucas Aragno


July 8, 2016

Off the Rails

DevSnack #48: Rails is a wonderful tool, but day-to-day it can be tempting to lean on a lot of the magic it provides without really understanding it. But Ruby started out as, and still is, a powerful scripting language with a vibrant community. Having been designed from the ground up with “programmer happiness” in mind, […]

By Ashley Lewis


July 1, 2016

What about you? What’s your posture?

DevSnack #47: The cliché of the programmer hunched over their desk typing away on their laptop is alive and well in many offices. Is there a way to avoid pain down the road? Try some of the tips and stay healthy.

By Ines Saint Martin


June 24, 2016

How to be awesome

DevSnack #46: All humans are different. However, we have some things in common. One of them is: “everyone wants to be awesome”. Here are some tips regarding several aspects of awesomeness.

By Marianne Maisonneuve


June 17, 2016

5 starter kits for a great React experience

DevSnack #45: Are you about to get your hands dirty with React and you don’t know which is the best way to set up a project structure that suits your needs? Check these approaches and share your experience!

By Patricio Maite


June 9, 2016

Java Under The Hood

DevSnack #44: So, you know how to write Java applications, you are comfortable with a couple of frameworks, and you can solve the majority of your daily challenges. But, what’s going on under the hood? Maybe you are getting an obscure error that you don’t understand, or you are trying to optimize some already well-performing application, or maybe you […]

By Enrique Rodriguez


June 7, 2016

My First RailsConf Talk

On May 2nd I started my journey to RailsConf. It was the first time for many things, but not for everything. It wasn’t my first trip to the US, but it was my first time in Kansas City. It wasn’t my first conference nor my first talk, but it was my first RailsConf as a […]

By Andreas Fast


June 2, 2016

Useful JavaScript Design Patterns

DevSnack #43: Almost every developer has dealt with JavaScript in any of its flavors. However, not everyone spends the right amount of time analyzing their solutions, aiming for the best. Assuming we already know what a design pattern is, it is important to remark three main benefits of using them. As @addyosmani explains in his […]

By Ignacio Villaverde


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


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