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It's NAP Time!

Going to be writing about my experiences developing web sites with the NAP stack — Node.js, AngularJS, and PostgreSQL.

Until I can find a reason not to, I’ll be using the Heroku platform to deploy to. 310 more words


Nightcap - Sept 24

Scheduling and code review are discussed in The Nightcap – Radar


Continuous deployment en MagmaInside (I) : Heroku


Haciendo un pequeño resumen del post anterior que inicia la serie sobre Continuous Integration (CI) & Continuous Delivery (CD), recordamos que hemos montado un sistema de trabajo para nuestra plataforma de plublicaciones digitales… 711 more words

Utterly Defeated

I swear I’m not a hopelessly depressing person, but I’m sure it seems that way after glancing at this two-post blog consisting of “Breathing Through a Straw” and “Utterly Defeated.” This past weekend was the worst I’ve had, coding-wise, and it’s bled into my Monday. 414 more words

Built my first Web App using Ruby on Rails!

Finally, after months of learning, procrastination and hard-work, I’m proud to showcase the NCSV-Collage, my first Web App that I’ve built from scratch! Check it out by clicking  290 more words

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Application Deployment On Heroku


Heroku offers Ruby web developers instant deployment, fast & easy scaling, and vast tool selection. Now we can concentrate on building our applications and forget the tedious deployment and server administration tasks that used to strangle our productivity. 784 more words

Wordpress on Heroku Cloud

Well, yes I do love Heroku cloud and what better way to use the Heroku cloud then to host your WordPress on it. This can be done in under 2 minutes, if done right. 542 more words

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