Reading Diary of 2016

A list of books I read over 2016. Some are programming oriented but most of them are not. Hopefully you’ll find a book or two that you might chuck onto your one for 2017.

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Progressive Web Applications

I had a chance to play with Progressive Web Applications over the past few days and I built a small prototype in Rails. This article tries to give you the answer if it is a good fit your needs or you should stick with classic mobile development.

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Using tags to browse ruby and gem source with Vim

Using tags brings your Vim closer towards a fully capable IDE and makes code browsing and navigation easier. This setup allows you to jump into not just the project code but you also inside your gem and ruby source.

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Git auto-completion on Mac

Using tab to speed up your git workflow with auto-completion is a must for every developer that likes to live in the terminal.

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