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DevNation & Docker

Niels Stevens

Geschreven door Niels Stevens op

A little over 2 months back I had the pleasure of attending DevNation conference thanks to Kabisa. While in the first place I visited the conference for it variety of session on Apache Camel and...

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Hello Rails Girls Amsterdam!

ariejan

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Today is a great day. It's the day Rails Girls Amsterdam will introduce 50+ ladies to the wonderful world of Ruby on Rails. Rails Girls is a world-wide phenomenon. The first Rails Girls workshop...

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Sorting displayed data in Ember.js

Patrick Baselier

Geschreven door Patrick Baselier op

I think this subject makes a pretty good candidate for a recipe in the Ember cookbook. As a matter of fact, I suggested this as a pull request, but until it's accepted, I hope this post will help...

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Emacs vs. Vim (vs. RubyMine)

ariejan

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Real programmers use Emacs. No Vim. No... the discussion is endless and comes up every few months. It's no different at Kabisa. Although there are no Emacs-users here (because Vim is the better...

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Dealing With Technical Debt

ariejan

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The rails project I'm talking about is over three years old and has seen commits from 27 developers in that period. These developers were both co-workers, freelancers, off-shore developers and...

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It’s happening again: The Guild

ariejan

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It's happening again! Kabisa is sponsoring the second public The Guild conference. This is great news, as it allows fifty Guild Members to gather, network and listen to awesome contributions from...

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Open Sourcing @ Kabisa

Niels Stevens

Geschreven door Niels Stevens op

We, at Kabisa, can proudly announce we have open sourced 2 gems! We developed these gems as part of one of our latests projects for a partner in logistics sector. Container Number...

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Mad Recruiter

Marco Langehuizen

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Last week we posted some new vacancies on our website. We were careful to end each job description with a text stating that we only consider personal replies and will ignore recruitment agency...

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Building GitHub Pull Requests with Jenkins

Pascal Widdershoven

Geschreven door Pascal Widdershoven op

We at Kabisa are pretty heavy Jenkins users. We live and breathe Test Driven Development, so a CI server continuously running our tests and building our apps is vital. About a year ago we switched...

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