Here are my favorite subscriptions for keeping up with Rails, Ruby, and my world of software development.
(May 25, 2020)
Looking back on a decade of writing about Ruby on Rails.
(May 18, 2020)
There's a good chance that your next Rails job will involve working with an existing application. Here's how I've recently gone about learning several new-to-me codebases.
(May 11, 2020)
Want a legit copy of my Rails testing book for free, or heavily discounted?
(April 15, 2020)
Sometimes, TDD gets in the way, does more to confuse than guide, or generally just slows development to a monotonous crawl. Here's a set of five go-to strategies I use to get out of test-fueled frustration, and back to productivity.
(July 09, 2019)
(April 09, 2019)
Active Record abstracts away much of the need to use SQL on a daily basis. But understanding what's going on behind the scenes is still important. Here's how understanding SQL can make you a better Rails developer.
(February 18, 2019)
A new version of my book, featuring a migration to system specs and a couple of major errata fixes, is ready for download from Leanpub!
(August 22, 2018)
In case you missed it, I've guested on a couple of podcasts in 2018.
(July 18, 2018)
Ruby's dependency manager, Bundler, includes lots of features to help make life as a developer a little easier. Here are a few of my favorites, and the shortcuts I've written to make them even simpler to use.
(June 11, 2018)