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Jake Scruggs :: Microservices vs David Heinemeier Hansson

Hearing that David Heinemeier Hansson had slammed microservices in his Rails Conf 2015 keynote was a bit disorienting as I was developing a microservice at the time. I leaned over to the other senior ...

Saturn Flyer :: Cohesive behaviors with data clumps

A good example of how we use context and locality to understand and manage concepts in our code is using a data clump. A data clump is a collection of two or more bits of information that are consist...

Mac Developer Tips :: Pattern Matching in Swift

Coding Explorer: "Patterns in Swift are, at least to me, a strange mixture of being very powerful, simple, complex, and obvious, all at the same time." This post includes numerous examples of the ...

Mac Developer Tips :: Intro to OS X Development in Swift

Mohammad Azam shows how to create "Hello World" app in OS X, using Swift. MacDeveloperTips.com

Mac Developer Tips :: Install GUI Apps from Command Line

Homebrew-cask: "Let's see if we can get the elegance, simplicity, and speed of Homebrew for the installation and management of GUI Mac applications such as Google Chrome and Adium." \xa0 MacDev...

Ruby on rails, iOS and Android consultants :: Multiple-Databases In Single Rails Application

This is a simple post to list some of the challenges faced during multiple database setup in a single rails application. The content in the post is available over the internet, we have consolidated it...

Ramblings :: ‘Piping’ Hot Docker Containers

One of the possibly lesser used flags for docker run is -a which allows you to attach the container's STDIN, STDOUT or STDERR and pipe it back to the shell which invoked the container. This allows y...

Mac Developer Tips :: Browse Reddit From the Terminal

michael-lazar: "RTV is an application that allows you to view and interact with reddit from your terminal." michael-lazar/rtv MacDeveloperTips.com

Mac Developer Tips :: Various Looping Techniques in Bash

Philip Hutchins on bash and looping through an array, sequence of values or using a counter: "Often times you need to run the same task in bash against a number of different arguments. Loops in bash...