The Hashrocket blog has a little cousin now: Today I Learned is doing quite well for itself these days, with over 200 posts from 13 different Rocketeers since its launch in May. How do I know this? We've got a spiffy new statistics page.
I'm proud to introduce Today I Learned, a concise mini-blog run by all of us here at Hashrocket.
I'm getting closer to the frontend development environment of my dreams. The combination of editor integration, live browser reload, and not...
Recently, we had the opportunity to write an API endpoint that would "bulk" create thousands of users. The API needed to quickly return...
We are back with a new Ember Weekend Recap. This week we cover episodes 3 & 4. I hope you enjoy it.
Everyone has worn them—and let’s be honest, aren’t they embarrassing? They are clunky, they are dorky and they are poorly made, are they not? Conference lanyards have always bothered me, which is what set me on the path to design a better one.
Queries returning aggregate, summary, and computed data are frequently used in application development. Sometimes these queries are not fast enough. Caching query results using Memcached or Redis is a common approach for resolving these performance issues. However, these bring their own challenges. Before reaching for an external tool it is worth examining what techniques PostgreSQL offers for caching query results.
The Hashrocket design team recently returned from Creative South, a creative conference in Columbus, GA. We'd heard a lot of good things about this conference in the past and had wanted to check it out, so this year we finally made the five–hour road trip (past lots of trees, farms, and tiny towns we'd never heard of — Ty Ty, anyone?).