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  • My Tools
    Like in any industry, programmers have tools. I always enjoy finding out what others use so here’s a collection of mine. I’ve limited my list to my most used ones. Drop me a line if you have any recommendations! Hardware Macbook Pro 13” – I have a late 2012. Other than the disk size, it does everything I need. I’m considering upgrading to a 15” for more screen space but I’m not in a rush. I thin...
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  • Software Impact on Remote Freelancers' Work
    Whether it is in the field of accounting, journalism, writing or teaching, freelancers have managed to get hired and at the same time link with the millions of other professionals in their area of expertise. Through technology that is specific to their career needs, remote freelancers can easily overcome challenges that were once experienced by self-employed people, and earn a living from any loc...
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  • How to Hire a Freelance Web Developer – Part 2
    In part 1 I covered how to find a freelancer. In this part, I’ll talk a bit about how we run our projects smoothly. I’d suggest that the number 1 reason why most projects have problems is due to communication. Do any of these sound familiar? You thought you made the brief clear but it turns out it wasn’t precisely what you meant. That crucial business workflow that is obvious to you has been misu...
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  • How to Hire a Freelance Web Developer – Part 1
    Contracting work out to a freelance web developer or programmer is a great way to complete technical work without taking on the resources and commitment of hiring a new employee. It also means you can work with an expert who has lots of relevant experience and expertise, and who would be hard to recruit and expensive to retain. Let’s be honest though: hiring a good freelancer can be difficult. If...
  • Getting Going with the Apple Watch in Rubymotion
    We’ve been putting an Apple Watch extension to an existing app and it’s been great fun! We were hitting some issues getting going with it in Rubymotion. I thought I’d start to document our findings and hopefully that’ll help others. So the main thing was that we couldn’t get the app running on our watches in development mode. The Apple Watch Rubymotion guide tells you to set the identifiers but t...
  • Rails Performance
    Here’s an interview with DHH (creator of Ruby on Rails) where he talks about how Rails can complete with other technologies in terms of performance amd how they’ve made Basecamp fast. I think Rails can be a great framework for a lot of web applications out there. Just because it’s more established doesn’t mean it doesn’t have a place anymore. There are situation where it isn’t a good tool of cour...

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