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TC Disrupt Hackathon 2014

It hasn’t took us too long to get back to yet another TechCrunch Disrupt Hackathon contest. We’re eager to hack some cool ideas, so just couldn’t miss another chance to participate. Previous time, in Berlin, we’ve presented SlowTrip project and …

In Conferences, Development

by Igor Antonyuk by May 27, 2014

gitbook
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Creating books with GitBook

If you are doing some books/docs writing or attempting to create your first book, you might get interested in this exceptionally nice tool – gitbook. It is a technical book building tool that allows you to embed code samples and …

In Development

by Alex Chaplinsky by April 16, 2014

ruby_time
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Time comparison in Ruby

I believe every ruby developer has faced time comparison issue at least once and tests are one of the possible areas where it may happen. RSpec message like this may confuse:

What’s wrong? Investigation Let’s create two Time objects: …

In Development

by Olexander Paladiy by April 1, 2014

erlang_to_erlang_1
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Interconnecting Elixir nodes

Elixir is a functional language built on top of Erlang VM. Therefore it uses Erlang mechanism for communication with nodes. Erlang has one simple rule: everyone connects to everyone. It provides a simple authentication mechanism by tokens called cookie. In …

In Development

by Olexander Paladiy by March 26, 2014

rwpod
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Ruby and Web Podcast

For our Russian-speaking readers, we will now be also sharing a weekly podcast by Alexey Vasiliev and Alex Chaplinsky about Ruby and web technologies. Enjoy! This week talking about: DevDocs – multiple API documentations in a fast, organized, and searchable …

In Development, Front End

by Alex Chaplinsky by February 12, 2014