Working with EBS volumes is great, but you often need to add space without losing data and with minimal downtime. This is a quick how-to guide that explains how you can do it yourself.
Remote work has never been more in-the-news, wherever I go on the internet, I see people talking about doing Remote work and how beneficial it is for people.
37Signals recently wrote a book about it, while I generally dislike their style, I think they hit a nerve here.
When I started my company (Kenso) 4 years ago, I knew that remote work will be a huge part of the work environment, and I was explaining it to my clients.
For a long time - since I'm using many ALM tools - I have 'Learn Python' and 'Learn Ruby' in my TODO list, but I never found the right time or kick-in-the-bottom to actually do it.
Yesterday I found a short time-window - and since I've been feeling lucky (...) I've asked the 'big-brother' Google for a quick way to jump into both Ruby and Python so I found those 2 entry-points:
Today, I encountered a bug that surprised me.
While it certainly should not have, I think it can surprise you as well, so I am writing it up here as a fair warning.
For the past few months I have been super busy building the social graph behind Gogobot.
In this presentation I gave in Israel I go through a fraction of the Gogobot platform and how I implemented a social feature
Feel free to comment & discuss.
"Rails on scale" is an event focused on giving you ideas and tools to use on your real life rails application. The presentations will go in depth, into the language ,the framework, the tools and methods we used when building large scaled apps for customers. Even if you have an app that you don't call "big scale",this event will be very interesting to you since the depth of the lectures will be such that any rails/ruby developer will enjoy.
My slides from the talk I gave at RailsConf Israel 2012.
A while back I answered this StackOverflow question.
When you have a lot of specs, it makes sense to run them in separate logical groups and not just with
rspec spec or something like that.
This way, you can save time and you can also run them in separate processes on the CI.