The first in a (hopefully weekly) recurring post where we collect interesting links from the week.
Update: I recently discovered a much smarter way to be doing this. Here it is:
Here's the problem I ran into: Circle was automatically recognizing and running my rspec tests, but not my angular app's (located at rails_root/angular) karma tests.
This morning during our weekly meeting, I came up with an idea to facilitate our twenty percent time / new product brainstorming. We often find ourselves explaining our ideas by comparing them to existing products or services. StumbleUpon + LinkedIn. Google Glass meets Nike+ meets Yelp, etc.
If you're doing database seeding in a rails app through
seeds.rb you might be interested in this snippet, especially if you're
using CSV files to help you do it.
For those of you out there doing development, you've probably run into some or all of the following problems:
These issues kill your productivity with time-consuming and difficult-to-isolate issues that have nothing to do with the problem you actually want to solve. To get around these issues and give ourselves some other advantages (more on that later) we're using a gem called Vagrant to create a portable development environment.
We've let our blog languish for a long time now -- while talking about the reasons behind that, one thing that kept coming up is that it didn't seem like it was part of our normal workflow. In an attempt to remedy some of that, we've switched over from Blogger to Jekyll (via Github Pages).
We are proud to announce that Base Two Interactive, a creative digital agency based in Columbus, Ohio, co-founded by former Clutch Interactive employees Andrew Miller and Zack Brown, has officially opened for business. Our team has delivered innovative digital content for agencies, local businesses, and multinational companies, including McGraw-Hill, Home Depot, Wendy’s, Cardinal Health, Limited Brands, Donatos, The Ohio State University, Resource Interactive, and Mills James.