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5 SOLID Principles of Object-oriented Design

In this article we review SOLID principles of object-oriented design (OOD) with Ruby examples.

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In my most recent article, I mentioned a great new feature in Rails 5.1, delegate_missing_to. With delegate_missing_to, any method that you can’t find on one object is called on another object, instead

Bots! Those nifty things that everyone is talking about. Which one day, with the right AI, could do most of our tasks for us (in the best case scenario).


When the company you work for grows the same way carwow is, your tech team will face new scaling challenges every day.

CSRF stands for Cross-Site Request Forgery. Why they are important and how to make them effective.

Rails 5.1 has introduced assert_changes and assert_no_changes. It can be seen as a more generic version of assert_difference and assert_no_difference.

Beyond Ruby
It is easy to announce that TDD slows you down, but have you ever wondered why it happens? Is there anything you can do better?

We all know that, Laravel is the most popular PHP framework till today. It’s directory structure is good, well organized, defined and straight-forward.

Blast from the past
The first time you try to fill an open position, if you’re like most people, you place some ads, maybe browse around the large online boards, and get a ton of resumes.
Gem of the week
A friendlier command-line interface for Bundler’s `update` and `outdated` commands.

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