My Thoughts & Tutorials

A Simple Guide on how to Use Ahoy 2.0 on Ruby on Rails

As a developer working on Ruby on Rails, I have had the chance to dive deep into this great gem called Ahoy and use it to track events, such as when someone visits your site or clicks a link on a page you’ve shared. Here’s a guide to get it set up, and use Ahoy::Events and Ahoy::Visits…

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SalesHandy Honest Review – Is it worth it?

Saleshandy though with many more features I still have to explore I decided to focus on the Email Campaign side of things. Maybe in another article I can do a deep dive of each of these features. The first drawback I quickly noticed was I could only send 200 at a time, in order to…

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The Future of DevOps: Changes Worth Noting

The umbrella term “DevOps” has grown so much over the last few years that the word now strains to mean the same thing for all people. This is less a semantic issue and more a reflection of the growing scope of software delivery automation. At the helm of this growth are the operators who manage…

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JavaScript: What’s new in ECMAScript 2018 (ES2018)?

  It’s hard to keep track of what’s new in the world of JavaScript. It’s even more difficult to find code examples of the cutting edge of JS. At the latest meeting of TC39, new features will make into the “ECMAScript 2018 Language Specification“. All the proposals have reached stage 4 which is the “finished stage“. A…

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