Properly Handling Failures

Adam McKerlie “Remember the two benefits of failure. First, if you do fail, you learn what doesn’t work; and second, the failure gives you the opportunity to try a new approach” — Roger Von Oech Photo by Martin Oslic Every developer has written a bug at least once in their careers. It’s almost a rite […]

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Audit Your Ruby on Rails Development Team

Robby Russell Several months ago, a few of your colleagues decided to join forces with you as you had come up with a concept for an innovative web application, shared the ideas with your friends and relatives, and began developing a business plan. After a few months of performing some initial market research, working on […]

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Understanding web site statistics

Oliver Thylmann   (Originally published on Clickz.com) Did you know you can get a lot of statistics about your web site visitors? This data can be vital in helping you market your products and services. Keeping track of web traffic information helps optimize your site’s functioning, which in turn will improve sales. Web site statistics […]

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