###Node, node, node!
With the project I mentioned above I finally had the occasion to spend company time working on Node.js. I like how lighter it is compared to Rails, and I'm definitely gonna keep experimenting with it.
In fact I used Node + Heroku to setup my personal landing page.
Sneak peek: having setup an Node + Express + Coffeescript task more than two times, and being DRY, or lazy, I've decided to put it in a repo. Stay tuned!
They've done it again! After Bootstrap the Twitter team has released Bower "A package manager for the web". It's the bundler or npm of your web packages. Smart! One of those things you say "How could I've lived without it?"
- Moment.js, a slim yet powerful library to manipulate time.
I looked into alternatives to Bootstrap. Here's what I found:
I've finally been able to plant the seed of the TDD and CI culture in my company. They bought me a Mac Mini, and I've set it up with Jenkins. It's been a bit painful, but really fun! And now we have the tests running at every push and two nightly builds, development and qa, distributed via TestFlight. It's a shame I'm the only iOS dev who writes tests :(
I had a quick, and not finished yet, blast at making a ruby gem. Enter Swagify a gem to add some your commands and scripts outputs. I'm not gonna talk too much about it here, as I don't consider the learning experience over (it never is btw).
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