Probably the best remote team building activity. Invented by Fred Showell.
Excited to share I’m joining the talented people over at Buildkite. The great interview experiences.
Setup your home office for remote work. Recommendation for home office about Air Quality, Plants, laptop stand, keyboards, mouse/trackpad, wrist rest, desk, chair, standing/chair mat, foot pillow, monitor, monitor arm, monitor stand, microphone, microphone arms, webcam, light, usb docks/hubs, backpack.
A deep dive into how one of the Rails associations work.
Setup Webpacker with Rails 6. Organize your application assets. How to set up Rails UJS, Turbolinks, Action Cable, Active Storage, and Stimulus.
Available API documentations of Ruby.
A short intro of GraphQL for Ruby apps.
A intro and template for your Ruby / Rails apps on GitHub Actions.
Lessons from Sequel and Roda gems. Useful techniques and principles extracted from Ruby Kaigi 2019’s closing keynote.
Please read this before sending me recruiting emails.
Keyword Arguments in Ruby 3.
My reflections about blogging and off to a new start.
Demystify offer. Understanding what companies offer you.
Things about finding jobs in Japan.
Distributed working :)
How I got into Podcast.
Learn about Data Migration with Ruby on Rails in this post. A blog version of the Data Migration talk I gave in RedDotRubyConf 2017.
Reflections from my two years at Jolly Good Code.
Naïve solution of zebra puzzles in Ruby.
A tutorial to build a mocking library in Ruby from scratch!
Written here so I don’t need to be asked for this interview question.