Git in Six Hundred Words

Would you like to understand what happens internally when you run the basic Git commands? Then read this awesome blog post by Mary Cook. She has done an excellent job of putting it all together so succinctly (yes, just in 600 words). You can read Git in six hundred words at: http://maryrosecook.com/blog/post/git-in-six-hundred-words NOTE: Mary Cook is a creator Read more…

My Favorite List of Tech Blogs, Developers, Tools and Resources

The purpose of this blog post is to share some of my most favorite web development blogs, productivity tools and the developers that I follow for advice, tips n tricks and the updates about what’s coming to the web in the future. There are tons of great web development blogs and resources out there on the web but then you Read more…

12 Factor App Patterns

Here is yet another great resource that I came across few days ago. It’s called “The 12-Factor App“. The twelve-factor app is a methodology for building software-as-a-service (SaaS) apps. It’s a de-facto and very highly acclaimed pattern in developers community. Again no rush, but its a must-read for any developer building applications which run as a service and Read more…

My Favorite List of Gems for Ruby on Rails MVC Framework

I have been developing Ruby on Rails applications since Jan. 2013. I am simply amazed with the huge collection of available Ruby gems (packaged libraries) that help in extending Ruby on Rails application’s functionality. At the time of writing this post, there are about 80,000 (approx.) gems in RubyGems. Because there are huge number of gems and services readily available out there, it becomes Read more…

My First Ruby Gem: CarrierWave-Crop

This blog post serves the announcement of my very first Ruby Gem development. I will also write my journey in the making of this Ruby gem. I have been developing Ruby on Rails applications since Jan. 2013. The more I used it, the more amazed I became as to its ease of use and the speed at which I was able Read more…