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Who gives a F*** about Rails in 2019?

Let’s face it. Ruby on Rails is old. Really old. But judging by the changes that happen on the tech market it’s an extremely mature technology, so it makes perfect sense to use it in certain cases and applications.
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How to remove old database migrations in Ruby on Rails

Recently we’ve overtaken a big project for maintenance and further development. It’s a Rails application with many models, controllers and of course lots of database migrations.
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Vue in 2019 - where it is and where it’s heading

Vue JS is coming really strong into 2019, and with every month is getting closer to stand against giants such as Angular or even React in terms of popularity and utilization in business applications.
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What's a PWA? Brief guide to Progressive Web Applications in 2019

Many say that PWAs will be the new standard in the future world of mobile apps, and they're probably right! With tech giants behind it, Progressive Web Applications became an amazing technology that will soon make native applications obsolete.
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How a modeling agency manager became a software developer

While scouring the internet for an interesting topic for my newest company blog article I overheard a coworker say something that has stopped me in my tracks. The thing that shocked me to hear in a room full of developers was “While I was managing a modeling agency...
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