When you're a newbie in the complex code world and crave for knowledge, good resources are key to success. Blogs, forums, dev meetings - where to start? All of these options are worth trying but there are also those old-fashioned artefacts called books which could be very helpful. Here is a special list created by our team members. Check out what to read at the beginning of your coding journey...
Have you ever needed to save lots of records with unique attribute to database using ActiveRecord? Have you noticed how time consuming such task is? I would like to show you how to do it quickly.
Fin-tech is a term which conveys the inevitable marriage of finance and tech. It also serves as a convenient handle for the technological revolution happening in financial services today. The changes we see in payments, insurance, lending, deposits and funding, however, are not limited to sheer convenience. The ultimate goal is also to make transactions much faster, cheaper and, most importantly, more secure for everyone.
Some time ago Marcin wrote about basic design patterns in Ruby on Rails. I’d like to go back to Service pattern in this post. I really like it, it's a good idea to place application’s business logic there. At Naturaily we use it quite often.
Software development is not a walk in the park. It’s rather a 24-hour run through a misty jungle full of spiderwebs and creepy creatures. Developers need to be brave and have a spirit of adventure. But none of them is fearless. Time to face the biggest dev’s fears! Hold on!