Each acceptance test tells a story: a logical progression through a task
within an application. As developers, it’s our responsibility to tell each
story in a concise manner and to keep the reader (either other developers or
our future selves) engaged…
Ben talks with Gumroad grower Ryan Delk about standing out from your peers by adding value before you ask for value.
Joe and Ben introduce a concept from the functional world: Functors. Learn how you&ry day work already, and see how to apply those concepts to make code with nils safer.
On the final day of thoughtbot’s Summer Summit 2014, Mark and Gordon sit down in person to discuss an approach to surfacing network errors to the user and efforts to reduce duplication in doing so.
Ben and Rob Walling, founder of Drip and HitTail, discuss engaging your audience, the path to building new habits and the need to create.
In this episode, Ben and Joe discuss Sandi Metz&
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Mark and Gordon discuss ZeroPush as a push notification service, MVVM, and protocols as they work on recovering from the night before.
Hound is now reviewing 7,000+ GitHub pull requests each week. We are now
charging for private repos. Public repos are still free.
Ben offers a few concrete tips on landing a new (or better) Rails job.
Head over to the forum to share any questions, comments or your own tips!
Write a Vim plugin with confidence using TDD.
Learn one simple way to speed up your tests with the factory_girl gem!
Wow, 50 shows. Can you believe that we still have things to talk about? Nope, we can’t either. In this landmark episode, Mark and Gordon do a post-mortem on integrating MVVM into their daily development practices and ruminate on the resulting architectures that emerge at production scale.
Improve your Silver Searcher game by introducing tab completion in zsh based on the tags file of the project.
Ben talks with Chris Granger, creator of Light Table, about building a better IDE and envisioning a world where all programming happens inside a database and anyone can do it.