How I ended up here: I go to a shopping mall, try to buy shoes for my 9yo son First try discount store which shall remain nameless, because you’ll think I’m cheap. Nothing even remotely child sized – every
If you’re making stuff for the web, mobile is a really big deal. Most of our projects have over 50% of visits from mobile, so it’s really important to form and execute a mobile strategy well. Which can be hard.
Before we switched to Ruby on Rails, we had a small team working in Microsoft ASP and .Net. They’d butt heads all the time over seemingly trivial stuff, but which had the impact of slowing us down. Here’s a small
One of the things we’ve started doing quite differently over the last few years is how we test our web projects. Now, most people would (rightly) assume we actually check or test our work before sending it live. But *how*
Have you noticed that some of the sites you use have been getting super fast lately? Web pages seem to respond almost too quickly. Try typing a search term into Google and see how quickly the suggested results come back.
We’ve seen a big surge in mobile traffic across all of our projects this year. Some of these are getting more mobile traffic than desktop, and in others browsers like iPad or iPhone have replaced Internet Explorer as the most
We’ve been using Brakeman to do vulnerability scanning as part of our Continuous Integration (CI if you’re into dropping acronyms) process for a few months now. Running Brakeman as part of CI means that this is something that runs every