There’s an assumption that every person tends to exaggerate all the things related to his or her professional activity. Like if someone asks you how long you’re studying Ruby, instead of ‘two weeks’ you will probably reply ‘almost a month’. In order to look more professional. Or if you just have enough work not to distract on 9gag or something similar, you would say that you’re too busy these days and exhausted. Technically, that’s not a lie, but an exaggeration. With no exaggerations, in our today’s digest, you will find very nice longreads, hacks and news will make you more professional! Read Syndicode Digest #44 – Exaggerated exaggerations.
Windows is historically the platform of choice for embedded development. Therefore as Nerves continues to grow, a Windows solution is needed. Today we will tell about Windows solution for Elixir developers.
It’s clear that containerization is the future. We can say so because containerization takes IT automation to a whole new level, with containers provisioned in seconds from predefined libraries of resource images. And Docker is becoming the standard to develop and run containerized applications. This time we are going to tell you about using Docker for startups.
Recently we wrote about the stages of thinking inherent to a real professional. Professional stagecoach is a kind of oxymoron that compares your real position and your ambitions. Remember that all your ambitions should have a background and skills that support your actions. How to obtain these all? Elementary, my dear Watson! Read more, learn more, find more. Start with our Syndicode Digest #26 – Professional Stagecoach.
This is a matter of readiness. How many times have you asked yourself about the next stage? About when you’ll change your way of living, learn some new skills or eventually force yourself to do some morning exercises? Here is the signal for you. Now’s the time! No more attempts and postpones. The new Syndicode Digest #22 – Signal orange waits for you.
Your parents will never understand why you’re so obsessed with your computer and how you doing all this “magic” with it. But they have to get used to it as far as you just a mouse potato. To raise your level at least to an expert and become useful for the society, read our new Syndicode Digest #21 – a mouse potato!
The prior goal of our blog is knowledge systematization that can help you to understand and use developer tools. And this time we would like to present you a high-level overview of what a professional full-stack developer needs to know.
Dear Friday! Please, let us have a little rest on weekend, bring us calm and knowledge. Make us better developers and don’t ever stop us from improving. But, please, don’t force us to work again until Monday. Amen. Welcome new Friday Syndicode Digest #17 – Wonderland butterfly.
Goodbye, July! And welcome, August (which originally means “to increase”). Now the time to think of what you will do in fall. Unofficial symbol of August is birthstones. Imagine that every of the birthstones is a skill you promised yourself to improve last year. Let’s collect them all and set new goals for you to become skillful and experienced. We have something that will help you in Syndicode Digest #16 – Gathering stones.
Today is Monday evening (October the 3d). Warm and fuzzy to deliver our digest. Rschema a good article, which present immutable goodness of having type constrained record-like objects in Ruby. Really pleasant to read. Hamster gem which will help to build your code with fuzzy immutable objects. Are you ready for ruby 3.x? Tme based estimates won’t get…