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Transcending Frontiers :: Should my company choose RubyMotion or Swift?

One of the most highly debated topics at The Frontier Group over the last two years has been whether to use RubyMotion or Objective C for iOS development. There were a tremendous amount of reasons for...

kahfei :: The Inner Working of a subscription box service

The Inner Working of a subscription box service. Gems everywhere. Almost couldn't refrain to copy and paste everything here About competition: "the market is oversaturated", but you often find i...

Learning Ruby Blog :: Learn Ruby programming – 56th batch

Registrations are now open for RubyLearning's long-awaited and popular Ruby programming course. This is an intensive, online course for beginners that helps you get started with Ruby programming. Th...

Ruby on rails, iOS and Android consultants :: Transaction BackStack and its management

This is second part of a 6 posts series. In the first post I talked around basics of fragment oriented architecture. From this post onwards, I'll be talking about it's implementation details. (Sam...

Transcending Frontiers :: How to import a Photoshop colour swatch into XCode Storyboards / OS X ColorPicker palette

I'm frequently amazed at\xa0the work done by our design team, and where possible I try to do pixel perfect implementations of their designs. When designing an iOS application in Photoshop our designer...

kahfei :: Why should a person buy a computer?

An excellent interview with Steve Jobs by Playboy. "Why should a person buy a computer?" the interviewer asks. Remember, it is 1985. Computer is not as common and not as advanced as today. Normal ...

Ramblings :: Using Openstack/Devstack Floating IPs from outside

I hope that this is of use to someone. After many hours of tearing down, building up, programming routers, etc., I've figured out why my devstack wasn't allowing access from floating ips. I knew t...

Running with Rails – Dev Blog not only for Rails fanatics :: ActiveRecord count vs length vs size and what will happen if you use it the way you shouldn’t

One of the most common and most deadly errors you can make: using length instead of count. You can repeat this multiple times, but you will always find someone who'll use it the way it shouldn't b...

Running with Rails – Dev Blog not only for Rails fanatics :: Ubuntu 14.04 Gnome keyring (Seahorse) auto unlock when auto login

Seahorse doesn't unlock your keyring when you have auto login enabled. The funny thing is that even if you set up an empty password, you will still have to unlock it manually. Maybe it's a bug, ma...