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HowTo: track the effects of your email campaign

When it’s time to send an email to all of your subscribers we always need to maximize the information we can get back from our campaign. Here are a few tricks that can help us in ...
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RailsConf EU opens: bratwurst, beer and nice people

Yesterday evening we took part of Bratwurst on Rails, the first event related to the RailsConf Europe in Berlin. It has been really a great night: it was our first Bratwurst party. We ...
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Follow The Oracle

Finally a definitive solution for all problems related to Project Management. Answers for all the Project Managers doubts. The times for inventing excuses to justify why you are late ...
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What it does

Collaborating (xy)write makes easy writing, sharing and collaborating on a document. It helps your team agree about what to do, wherever they are. It helps you to share a meeting report ...
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Pdf Writer and Rails Pdf

Yesterday, while trying an elegant way to add pdf functionalities to our last application, I discovered RailsPdf that acts on top of the well known pdf-writer gem adding the amazing ...
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NMEA GPS and Google Map in 23 lines of code

Today I’ve found this fantastic example: GPS and Google Map with Python in 42 lines of code obviously the first thing I thought was how can I do this in Ruby? Well it was quite easy: First ...
2401-28

Rake db:bootstrap and foreign keys

While working on our current project I decided to implement, for the initial SQL import, the db:bootstrap task from technoweenie forum but I found some problems due to this fact: The ...
2401-27

Pdf writer gem: history of a patch

Lately I was using this wonderful plugin to create PDF documents with ruby (version 1.1.3). It did its job quite well for what I needed it to, but when I was asked to hide the acrobat ...
2401-25

Rails Conference + Effect.Circle

It’s a while since our last post from RailsConf, in the meantime we worked on our last fresh application: whodo.es, answering to every feedback email we received and trying to fix ...
2401-17

WhatAList is almost ready to go

A few weeks ago we made a post to introduce our first Rails application named WhatAList. During this period of time we reviewed our work to be sure it was exactly what we intended to ...