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Serverless Status Issue 32: December 15, 2017
serverless status Servers.lol: Should Your EC2 Be a Lambda? — An online questionnaire that asks you questions about your app’s requirements and compares the…
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DB Weekly Issue 184: December 15, 2017
Database Weekly Issue 184 — December 15, 2017 The Case for Learned Index Structures — Get your academic brain in gear with this exploratory research paper from…
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21 hours ago
Ruby Weekly Issue 379: December 14, 2017
Ruby Weekly Issue 379 — December 14, 2017 Tom Lord 10 (More) New Features in Ruby v2.5 Ruby 2.5’s release is scheduled for December 25th, as is traditional in…
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21 hours ago
Neil Patel's Advanced Secrets for Twitter Lead Generation
Can you believe Twitter is 10 years old? For a decade, it has been one of the world’s leading sources of breaking news. It has also served as a valuable…
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7 Research-Backed Tips on Improving Twitter Conversions |
Twitter – what is it good for? The site, which reported 255 million monthly active users in March, has gone way beyond its original roots to become a place that…
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9 Must-Have Twitter Tools that Can Make You a Social Media Rock Star
Whether you’re using it for sharing content, responding to followers, keeping up-to-date with the news or having fun, Twitter is an essential part of most…
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yesterday
Twitter Marketing Guide by Crazy Egg
Earlier this year, Twitter turned 10. The now ubiquitous social network was launched in March 2006 and now has 313 million monthly active users , with 79% of…
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2 days ago
The Complete Guide on How to Use Twitter for Content Marketing
There are over 300 million people tweeting around the world each day. They are sharing thoughts, taking photos and videos, and importantly for bloggers, writers…
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2 days ago
7 Sneaky Ways to Use Twitter to Spy on Your Competition
These days, spying on your competition is easier than ever. Twitter is one of the most popular social networks for businesses, and it gives you an advantage…
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2 days ago
WebOps Weekly Issue 146: December 13, 2017
Issue 146 — December 13, 2017 Look at the green EV certificate writing in your browser if you read this article. That’s the problem Ian’s writing about here.…
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3 days ago
Postgres Weekly Issue 236: December 13, 2017
Postgres Weekly Issue 236 — December 13, 2017 Reducing Disk Bloat with pg_repack An extension for removing ‘bloat’ from tables & indexes without taking…
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3 days ago
How Dishwashers Ruin Ruby Apps
Procrastination can get you into a lot of trouble, work just builds up until you have to spend all your time just catching up. It’s the same with web apps, if…
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5 days ago
Use a .dev domain? Not anymore. – Medium Engineering
Use a .dev domain? Not anymore. For years, programmers used .dev domains for testing their code. Those days are over. In the course of my work I sometimes test…
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5 days ago
Serverless Status Issue 31: December 8, 2017
serverless status AWS Lambda Introduces Enhanced Console Experience — One major enhancement: you can edit code for your functions using Amazon’s Cloud9 IDE .…
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DB Weekly Issue 183: December 8, 2017
Database Weekly Issue 183 — December 8, 2017 SQL Window Functions Tutorial for Business Analysis — A look at the art of solving common business analysis…
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5 days ago
Ruby Weekly Issue 378: December 7, 2017
Ruby Weekly Issue 378 — December 7, 2017 Noah Gibbs An Update on the Progress of Ruby 3x3 Ruby 3x3 is the idea that Ruby 3 should aim to be 3 times faster than…
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5 days ago
Weekend Reading — Belgian whistles
Fluff Society "Baby starfish learning to starfish" Design Objective The State of UX for 2018 Voice, conversational interfaces, micro-interactions, useful…
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5 days ago
Some Sample Size Theory
Announcement What Underlies Sample Size Calculations Gerard E. Dallal, Ph.D. Prologue Just as the analysis of a set of data is determined by the research…
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15 days ago
Percentile Demonstration
This document describes the percentile as a robust measure of central tendency and spread within a distribution of values. Examples are given for its…
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15 days ago
MeasuringU: Best Practices for Using Statistics on Small Sample Sizes
Some people think that if you have a small sample size you can’t use statistics. Put simply, this is wrong, but it’s a common misconception . There are…
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15 days ago
https://www.andrews.edu/~thayerj/EDRM611/Summer2001ObjectivesUnit3.htm
EDRM611 - Applied Statistics in Education andPsychology I Objectives for Unit Three Percentiles, Percentile Ranks and Central Tendency 1. Know the meaning of,…
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15 days ago
9 Best JavaScript Charting Libraries
For you to be reading this, it surely would be no news that data visualization has become a very critical part of the IT world today. The huge amount of data…
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Running Sidekiq On Heroku Free Dyno With Puma
In my opinion, Heroku is the nearly perfect place to deploy a project. It provides support for a lot of technologies out of the box with minimal or no…
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15 days ago
Zero downtime rebranding — Martian Chronicles
Learn how to migrate your Heroku-hosted application from one domain name to another. See how to rewire an existing Rails project (tests included!) and make it…
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15 days ago
Postgres Weekly Issue 234: November 29, 2017
Postgres Weekly Issue 234 — November 29, 2017 Visualizing and Tuning Postgres's 'Autovacuum' A look at an approach to autovacuum tuning based on sampling…
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15 days ago
Serverless Status Issue 30: December 1, 2017
serverless status Heads up - Amazon Web Services' re:Invent event is taking place right now, which means a lot of AWS news is coming out, including several…
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15 days ago
DB Weekly Issue 182: December 1, 2017
Database Weekly Issue 182 — December 1, 2017 A Look at the Graph Database Landscape — Graph databases are the fastest growing category in all of data…
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15 days ago
This Week in Rails: expiring counters, flush db connections, connection fork safety and more!
Hi! Prathamesh here! Let’s see what we have in store today from the Rails world. This Week’s Contributors This week we had 25 contributors. 8 of them were first…
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15 days ago
Weekend Reading — Need copy and link
Design Objective @mcclure111 "Here, modern design's tendency toward cryptic, monochrome icons created a situation where VS Code seems to be communicating to me…
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15 days ago
Say No to Randos (in Your Database)
29 Nov 2017 Twitter Reddit Lobste.rs Hacker News When I used my first ORM, I wondered “why didn’t they include a random() method?” It seemed like such an easy…
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15 days ago
Self Hosted Config: Introducing the Sprockets manifest.js
22 Nov 2017 Twitter Reddit Lobste.rs Hacker News Have you ever felt like a framework was getting in the way instead of helping you go faster? Maybe you’re stuck…
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15 days ago
How to get an audit log with RailsEventStore today
Did you know you can already get an audit log with RailsEventStore for free? One of the benefits of having domains events as the source of the truth in…
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15 days ago
Quarantine your non-deterministic tests with a time limit
In a fantastic article Eradicating Non-Determinism in Tests Martin Fowler shares his strategies for dealing with random failures in your test suite. I…
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15 days ago
Magics that Decorator/Presenter Gems Do to Make Your Type Less « All talking but no coding...
Some of you Rails developers probably have used a 'decorator' or 'presenter' library. These libraries aim to bridge between Rails model and view layers. If I am…
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15 days ago
tldr
A collection of simplified and community-driven man pages. Install it with npm install -g tldr or try the web client . New to the command-line world? Or just a…
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15 days ago
5 reasons you should use Phoenix instead of Rails in your next project
Whenever I started a new project in the past, Rails was my standard tool to go with. Having been using it for almost a decade, it was the perfect tool to get…
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15 days ago
Luxon
Join GitHub today GitHub is home to over 20 million developers working together to host and review code, manage projects, and build software together. Sign up ⏱…
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15 days ago
My Mental Health Toolbelt – Taylor Otwell – Medium
Many programmers and other people in technology have shared their mental health struggles online. In this post, I wanted to share some of my own experiences…
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16 days ago
Graceful Switching of Worker Processes
A recent client project featured a subtle misconfiguration which left theapplication susceptible to losing jobs performed by worker processes. This postexplores…
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18 days ago
Twitter
Steve Schoger @ steveschoger Jun 20 🔥 Giving your box shadows a slight, vertical offset helps to make them look more natural. pic.twitter.com/WcPsK8yFwu Steve…
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18 days ago
Rails 5.2: Active Storage, Redis Cache Store, HTTP/2 Early Hints, CSP, Credentials
It’s been too hard to deal with file uploads in Rails for too long. Sure, there’s been a lot of fine plugins available,but it was overdue that we incorporated…
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18 days ago
How to Create a Successful SaaS Business: Lessons from Building WebinarNinja
Last updated on November 20, 2017 Last week, I had 4 fires to put out at Sumo in one day. 🔥 This isn’t that unusual… Everyone thinks being an entrepreneur is…
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19 days ago
Introducing Team discussions
Working together on software is so much more than writing code. Processes like planning, analysis, design, user research, documentation, and general project…
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19 days ago
On the Growing Popularity of Atomic CSS | CSS-Tricks
Even if you consider yourself a CSS expert, chances are that at some point on a large project you've had to deal with a convoluted, labyrinthine stylesheet that…
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19 days ago
Mr. Money Mustache, UBER Driver
Special Surprise: Did you know there is now an MMM Android App? It’s really good. Beautiful offline reading. Alerts you to new articles automatically, if you…
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19 days ago
30+ Winter Activities For Your Next Class Party - Snack Roots
Do you need activity ideas for your upcoming classroom Winter Party? Who has time to sort through Pinterest to ensure activities don’t involve food, religious…
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19 days ago
WTF is a Source Map
14 Nov 2017 Twitter Reddit Lobste.rs Hacker News These days web assets such as JS and CSS aren’t simple text files. Instead, they’re typically minified or come…
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29 days ago
6 Ways Schools Can Empower Your Food Allergic Child - Snack Roots
I try really hard to empower my kids to make safe choices with respect to their food allergies. We talk about how to keep themselves safe when they’re not at…
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29 days ago
How we do Vue: one year later
It's been a while since we wrote about Vue . We've been using Vue for over a year now and life has been very good. Thanks @lnoogn for reminding me to write this…
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29 days ago
Webpack from Nothing - Colophon
Colophon This book is written in a modified version of Markdown , processed by Redcarpet using a system I created called Bookdown . It allows me to write text…
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4 weeks ago
Webpack from Nothing - Designing for Interoperability and Ergonomics
Designing for Interoperability and Ergonomics Everything you've read up to now was learned by me as I was writing this. I didn't start this with any of the…
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4 weeks ago
Concepts
At its core, webpack is a module bundler for modern JavaScript applications. When webpack processes your application, it recursively builds a dependency graph…
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Webpack from Nothing - Stack Traces and Line Numbers that Make Sense
Stack Traces and Line Numbers that Make Sense We're getting a better and better setup for developing and deploying our applications. We can organize our…
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4 weeks ago
Css and Scalability
Several years ago I got curious about how css worked at scale. When I first started out, there weren’t nearly as many learning resources as there are now. There…
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Webpack from Nothing - Wrangling CSS, too
Wrangling CSS, too CSS is great for writing term papers, not great for writing web apps, but it's what we've got, and we need to deal with it. For our simple…
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4 weeks ago
Webpack from Nothing - Going to Production
Going to Production We can write JavaScript code in modules and bring in third party libraries, and we can write unit tests. That's pretty darn good for a…
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Shimming
The webpack compiler can understand modules written as ES2015 modules, CommonJS or AMD. However, some third party libraries may expect global dependencies (e.g.…
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5 weeks ago
Webpack Tutorial: Understanding How it Works
A French translation of this blog can be found at GitHub , kindly provided by @forresst! Motivation This Webpack tutorial is my attempt to document what I…
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Webpack from Nothing - WTF is a Webpack
WTF is a Webpack Webpack is becoming the standard in bundling JavaScript, but what does that even mean and how does it work? Let'sfind out. I find the…
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Email Best Practices — Mailgun API documentation
Email Best Practices This guide is a brief summary of email best practices that we have learned from managing mail servers for thousands of customers and…
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5 weeks ago
Atom 1.22
Today’s release of Atom 1.22 includes a number of fixes to performance and usability. Performance improvements Users who work with large projects will be happy…
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5 weeks ago
A beautiful webapp to fetch dns records - murze.be
Recently my company Spatie launched https://dnsrecords.io , a beautiful site to quickly lookup dns records. True to form, we also opensourced it, here is the…
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5 weeks ago
Orion Icon Library
3477 Free SVG Vector Icons Advanced Interactive Web App View All Icons Drawn with Care and Time to perfectly represent and convey your message. Highly Flexible…
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5 weeks ago
addyosmani/critical
Critical extracts & inlines critical-path (above-the-fold) CSS from HTML Install $ npm install --save critical Build plugins grunt-critical Gulp users should…
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5 weeks ago
FlexGrid JavaScript Data Grid Control | Angular Data Grid | Wijmo
The Fastest, Most Flexible JavaScript Data Grid This is the JavaScript data grid you've been searching for: lightning-fast, extensible, and no dependencies…
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5 weeks ago
Why doesn't Scout include exception monitoring?
It's a reasonable ask: performance issues and exceptions are often fixed by modifying the application source code, so why not include exception monitoring…
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5 weeks ago
Partition and conquer — Martian Chronicles
Here is a tale of database partitioning inspired by real events. We’ll learn how to break down a gigantic table that is slowing down your application in…
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ankane/multiverse
🔥 Multiple databases for Rails One of the easiest ways to scale your database is to move large, infrequently-joined tables to a separate database. ActiveRecord…
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5 weeks ago
How we switched from Sprockets to Webpack
Lessons learned adopting the Webpacker gem in an existing Rails app Photo by Denisse Leon on Unsplash In case you missed the news, Rails is loving JavaScript…
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5 weeks ago
Mastering PostgreSQL in Application Development
Mastering PostgreSQL in Application Development - go to homepage The Book Tapoueh.org FAQ The Book that teaches SQL to developers: learn to replace thousands of…
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80% Smaller Rails Page Size With Rack Deflate
08 Nov 2017 Twitter Reddit Lobste.rs Hacker News Do you have 5 minutes? Do you want to decrease the “over the wire” size of your Rails app by 80%? Sure you do!…
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5 weeks ago
New in Basecamp 3: To-do Groups – Signal v. Noise
A little thing that’s a big deal. For years, we’ve been making to-do lists in Basecamp that looked like this: See those === DIVIDERS === ? We were trying to…
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5 weeks ago
d3-zoom
Panning and zooming are popular interaction techniques which let the user focus on a region of interest by restricting the view. It is easy to learn due to…
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My approach to using z-index – Hacker Noon
The last time I got straight to the point people seemed to appreciate it. So… The short version Categorise all uses of z-index as either local or global. Local…
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5 weeks ago
Depfu: Automated dependency updates for Ruby
Automated dependency updates for Ruby Depfu is like a colleague who sends you pull requests with all the info you need about a gem update. You stay in control…
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Twitter
Log in Sign up Kelly Arwine @ kellyarwine Thanks to @alycit for demystifying the various responsibilities of the WEBrick/Rack/Sinatra triangle:…
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5 weeks ago
Bundler: Bundler 1.16: 2.0 Is So Close!
What’s new in Bundler 1.16? A short summer after the performance-focused Bundler 1.15 release, we’ve shipped 1.16. Before we get to the list of changes, we want…
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5 weeks ago
Enough With the Service Objects Already
Once upon a time I was writing a web app that needed to accept notifications of payments. Once it was notified of a payment (via a webhook) it needed to take…
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Flexbox and Grids, your layout’s best friends
It took more than six years to have CSS Grids implemented across all browsers. Throughout its history, the spec has always been surrounded by controversy. In…
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5 weeks ago
Attention Startups:<span class="u-linebreak"> </span>Stop Selling to Startups
Figure out who your best customers really are. A few years ago, we were getting ready to test a big PR push to get the word out about Groove. We put our heads…
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