This is the 15th installment of my attempt at creating a monthly post which aggregates all the best content I’ve come across in the past month. ‘Best’ in this context could mean quite a few things – interesting, thought-provoking, funny or a cool new open source project. So here are the top things I read in July and August.
- Improve Rails performance by adding a few gems
- Automatic Rails Development with Prelang
- Complete guide to serving your Rails assets over S3 with asset_sync
- Rails 4.2.0 beta1: Active Job, Deliver Later, Adequate Record, Web Console
- AdequateRecord Pro™: Like ActiveRecord, but more adequate
- Deploy Rails Applications Using Docker
- Best Practices for Building Angular.js Apps
- How to resolve application-wide resources centrally in AngularJS with ui-router
- Farewell Node.js
- The March Towards Go
- Deliberate Advice from an Accidental Career (Video)
- A Candid Look at Unread’s First Year
- Easily Link to Locations and Directions Using the New Google Maps
- Medium’s CSS is actually pretty f***ing good.
- You suck at technical interviews