We sent a group of developers to the Ember.js training that Tilde taught at Bocoup Loft
An alternative to the normal Rails validations
What I've learned by making a few responsive websites - Part 1
Brian's public response to Richard Stallman's recent reaction to the events in Boston
The basics of collecting and writing user stories.
Work at DockYard building Ember.js apps!
Test your gem against the latest PostgreSQL version (or an older one)
Prevent new indexes from locking up your tables
We built an App Store for Heroku, got bored with it, and now open sourced it
Capybara is broken, they refused to fix. Here is the monkey patch
A SimpleForm-like FormBuilder for Ember
CUD, it isn't just for cows
Building the Ember app
Setting up RailsAPI for writing an Ember App
Add simple to implement help text that users can dismiss
A description of techniques used to integrate with various vendors on a recent DockYard project for the AFL-CIO's Super PAC Worker's Voice.
Come one, come all!
The story of how we reimagined our site.
Better late than never
Returning records based on array elements and network subnets
Animated gif of the evolution of the narwin
Storing arrays natively in PostgreSQL is now supported by Rails
DockYard welcomes Doug Yun
What to expect when you start hiring
How to send your emails using the new Rails 4.0 Queue
A look at the new Queueing API
Getting started in Ruby on Rails
Brian talks about what has worked, what has not worked, and the changes that have been made at DockYard during its first six month
Announcing postgres_ext, a gem that adds support for PostgreSQL data types to ActiveRecord
DockYard welcomes Amanda Cheung
Live streaming and expansion comes to BostonRB
DockYard welcomes Chris Gill
Support added to ActiveRecord for INET, CIDR and MACADDR types for PostgreSQL
A clean helper for giving visual feedback on long sleeps in your request tests
Throwing them together in a way that makes sense.
Pair programming at distance
Russ lays down a use case for ActiveRecord association extensions
What we are doing to keep our developers honest with their tests
DockYard welcomes Dan McClain
A simple pattern for extending your Rails Engines in your app
An opinion on when to use the different quoting styles with some performance notes
Clean up your specs with let and subject
Patterns for happy hacking
Using the Strategy Pattern to clean up multiple login paths
DockYard welcomes Russ Jones as a partner
DockYard welcomes Angelo Simeoni as a partner
Brian summarizes the changes to come in ClientSideValidations 3.2.0
A simple extraction from ClientSideValidations
Brian summarizes DockYard's experience thus far with mobile web apps and some of the existing challenges to compete with native