Learn everything about Ruby, all in under a minute. In this episode of Ruby55 we cover the fastest way to create a new RubyGem, using Bundler’s gem command
Covid-19 is one of the most disruptive global events to happen in our lifetime. Though there is still much to learn about the virus, public health leaders and policymakers must make strategic, rapid, and thoughtful decisions based on evidence and science.
Working with PreventEpidemics.org, we built an accessible tool to help inform both decision makers and the public at large.
Learn everything about Figma updates and plugins, all in under a minute. In this episode of Figma55 we cover the Figma's secretive way to stretch content based on stretch layout grids
Learn everything about Figma updates and plugins, all in under a minute. In this episode of Figma55 we cover the wonderful "Blush" plugin which uses a massive illustration librar to help users compose custom illustrations
It’s been a month since San Francisco and the surrounding counties announced a lockdown, and at least a couple of weeks in most of the US. The good news is that it’s possible to build software even when everyone is staying at home every day, unlike a lot of jobs!
The bad news is this isn’t remote working, not the way that anyone has ever talked about it before. In the words of Juan Pablo Buritica, this is “stuck at home work”, and that’s much worse.