A Fresh Cup is Mike Gunderloy's software development weblog, covering Ruby on Rails and whatever else I find interesting in the universe of software. I'm a full-time Rails and iOS developer.

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Monday
Jun222015

Double Shot #1516

  • GitFlow Considered Harmful - An argument against one of the popular ways to use git in a team.
  • No Code of Conduct - If your software project simply must have a Code of Conduct, I'd pick this one.
  • Pale Moon - A fork of Firefox that's avoiding mass UI and functionality changes in favor of familiarity and customization.
Friday
Jun192015

Double Shot #1515

  • Patternfly - Bootstrap plus UI Templates to help you implement common web UX patterns.
  • A Week with a Rails Security Strategy - Some exercises to help you build good habits as you write your code.
  • Own-Mailbox - Home appliance for secure email at a reasonable cost. Looks intriguing, but so far it's vaporware.
Thursday
Jun182015

Double Shot #1514

Wednesday
Jun172015

Double Shot #1513

Tuesday
Jun162015

Double Shot #1512

  • Auto-squashing Git Commits - This would be very useful knowledge if I actually had the discipline to clean up my commit history to be pretty.
  • MetaRuby - Discourse-based discussion board for the Ruby language, just now getting off the ground.
  • Bootcards - Card-based dual-pane mobile UI built on top of Bootstrap.