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Sinatra Cookbook nearly here

Sinatra Cookbook nearly here 08 September 2014 Due to a higher than expected workload this year Sinatra Cookbook has been far more delayed than expected. The book, which was successfully funded on Kickstarter in December 2013, was planned for release in June, however this week we will be releasing the first 8 chapters in epub, mobi,

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Add to a Mailchimp list using Gibbon in Ruby

Add to a Mailchimp list using Gibbon in Ruby 28 April 2014 When using Ruby, whether it's Rails or Sinatra, Mailchimp will often play a part in your app. You might be asking users to sign up for you latest app, or just your monthly mailing list. Gibbon is a fantastic gem that makes this really easy.

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Heroku Subletting - Share the cloud

Heroku Subletting - Share the cloud 01 April 2014 Today we're proud to announce the launch Heroku Subletting, a great way to share Dynos. Since becoming Heroku partners last year we have been looking for ways in which we can improve the integration with their service. Heroku Subletting is that way. Sometimes an application needs more redundancy and

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Why We Love Ruby (And You Should, Too!)

Why We Love Ruby (And You Should, Too!) 17 March 2014 While we work on client projects, personal projects and this site using Ruby it's often good to stop and remember why we love ruby so much. Modular nature Most Ruby applications are built upon a series of gems. This makes it easy to build upon applications adding features as

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What is SaaS? What is PaaS?

What is SaaS? What is PaaS? 14 March 2014 We're well out of the Web 2.0 days, and firmly in the world of SaaS and PaaS, but what does it mean? What is Software as a Service (SaaS)? SaaS or Software as a Service is a model of software delivery when all the software and data is

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