Modeling large, complex domains "the Rails way” can cause some serious pain. Ruby and Rails are supposed to make developers happy. Let's not allow “the Rails way” and complex domains to take the “happy" out of ruby development.
Any successful application is always built, at its core, around problem solving. Take a look through this Engineering Lunch Series presentation to see how we approach UX Design here at Quick Left. We’ll help navigate through all the buzz words, and get down to real world examples of successful user experience design.
Building your first Ruby gem may seem like a daunting task, but it's actually not so bad. It's quite rewarding to not only release a gem, but to see its download count climb as others put your hard work to good use, and even still as others offer to contribute new features and bug fixes to your very own gem. And thanks to RubyGems.org and Bundler, the process of creating, releasing, and implementing gems couldn't be easier.
After reading through this post, get access to the 45 minute video tutorial complete with slide deck and instruction from Matt in our new Engineering Lunch series. Be a QLer for the day and see what we're teaching our engineers in our semi-monthly engineering lunch series. Sorry, we don't buy the lunch but you do get the tutorial for free!
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