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  • Posted: April 28, 2014

Custom Source Control: Refactoring

This is a continuation of my last post on implementing a "custom source control" application in ruby. In that post we built a custom source control application...

  • Posted: March 08, 2014

Custom Source Control

I, like a lot of developers these days, really enjoy working with Git. It just makes sense to me. However, not every shop has bought in. Some use Subversion, Perforce, Mercurial, and/or Fossil to name...

  • Posted: August 23, 2013

Code Reviews with Exercism

I think code reviews can be great. I love learning from my mistakes as well as being challenged for my technical decisions. Code reviews provide this. Unfortunately it doesn't happen nearly as much as I'd...

  • Posted: August 20, 2013

An Intro to Responsive Web Development

Ok, lets recap. We created a grid composed of fixed values to serve as our baseline. This made it easier to convert to a fluid grid using the target / context rule.


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