As a GitHub community member, you probably spend there a lot of time. But do you know all the possibilities of this repository? It has some non-obvious features to make your work even better and faster than you think. In order to raise your productivity, you have to explore and use all GitHub features.
Did you ever wonder why there’s no push notifications functionality for GitHub? Well, that is not necessary. But, this feature could make it easier for you to track important changes in real time. So that was Stacy Goh was thinking about creating the Chrome extension for push notifications for GitHub.
We always feel something strange when fall comes. It’s like you have lost something but don’t know what exactly. The only one thing will always be with you it’s your own head. So try to make it full of knowledge. Meet out new source of knowledge: Syndicode Digest #19 – Magnifying tree
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.
Isn’t it fascinating to discover how programmers change their preferences? Exactly like grown-ups find new horizons and prospects. So here comes and interesting material on how developers change programming languages over time. Maybe you’ll find there your migration way.
Usually, mind bleak comes when your brain is exhausted. We know that on Friday this is typical for most of us. But who will bring to you the next portion of pills for brain stimulation if not we? Welcome our new Syndicode Digest #10 – Mind Bleak with the scope of the most interesting publications!
Probably, you know most of them. But still, its always a pleasure to find out that a site you use every day (or, at least, often) is built with Ruby on Rails web application framework. In this list you will find well-known sites that were created using Ruby on Rails.