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How to Drive a Serverless SOA Mashup Directly in the Browser
It’s no secret that we’ve been investing heavily in client side development at Gaslight. We’ve been posting a lot on Angular and Ember lately, and on Backbone a ton before that. Recently I’ve been trying to understand just how far we can push the idea of client application development. I...
Jim Weirich on Decoupling from Rails
Jim Weirich presents “Decoupling from Rails” at this months Cincinnati Ruby Brigade user group. Cincinnati Ruby Brigade is a group of local developers who talk about Ruby and share code. We meet the third Tuesday of every month at Gaslight HQ. Come hang out with us!
They Should Call It GetCamp!
Tis the season to be giving. At least that’s what about a hundred of my fellow IT professionals, their families and I were doing this weekend at the Southwest Ohio GiveCamp (SWOGC). GiveCamps have been happening around the country since 2008. Gaslight founding member, Ed Sumerfield organized the first Cincinnati...
Creating Awesome New Developers: Dev Bootcamp Visit
Last week, Chris and I visited Dev Bootcamp in Chicago. We talked with Dave Hoover and our old friend (and inaugural QCMerge speaker) Jen Myers. Dave’s Twitter bio does a great job summing up the person I met: “Latent human potential pisses me off.” You can tell he’s driven to...
The Intersection of Design and Development
Since I’ve been in the business of making things for people, I’ve always thought there was a clear distinction between designers and developers. They dress different and concentrate on different things. How can lines of code be the same as a logo? After attending Brooklyn Beta I opened my eyes....
Brooklyn Beta Breaks Wide Open
2013 was a pivotal year for the [Brooklyn Beta] (https://brooklynbeta.org) conference. It’s the web conference that defies us all to “Make Something You Love”. It was fourth year for the conference, in which word of mouth had driven an unprecedented demand for access. The organizers faced a real dilemma this...