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Lean Canvas If you're an early stage startup the last thing you want to have to do is write a 30 page business plan. Wouldn't it be great if you document your business model on one page, allowing you to focus on actually building your business?
A couple of weeks ago I wrote about Ruby Heroes . I thought I would write a post about my Ruby Hero – Konstantin Haase . He is one of the busiest people I know in the Ruby community- his output is amazing – just check out his github profile !
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If there was one course I could add to every engineering education, it wouldn’t involve compilers or gates or time complexity.
One of the nicer things about developing on the Ruby platform is the sheer amount of meticulously categorized, highly reusable code wrapped up in the form of aptly named ‘gems’. I’m sure you’ve heard of popular frameworks like Sinatra or the super popular Rails that ship as gems but you’re missing an entire spectrum of others that handle issues at a much lower level.
If you are a web designer or a web developer then you must know just how important it is to ensure that the final product is devoid of any bugs/errors. The following five websites help developers and designers to validate websites and check the website code for any sort of error. 1. W3C Markup Validation Service