1. A handy cheatsheet for Ruby and Rails development inside Vim

    A while ago, I published a cheatsheet that I wanted to keep handy while doing Ruby and Rails development inside Vim. It's the result of years using it as my main editor, and important plugins that I've incorporated throughout the years. Since it has been downloaded a lot of times,…

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  2. My last 2 years in happiness: A Machine Learning experiment - Part 1

    This post belongs to the series "My last 2 years in happiness: A Machine Learning experiment", a series of posts exploring Machine Learning, sentiment analysis, data transformation and visualization; and more. This one in particular introduces the series, explains the motivation behind it, and gets started with the project. Part…

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  3. The gems that keep you honest: code quality in Ruby

    I'm not a great programmer; I'm just a good programmer with great habits. The first time I read this, was a galvanizing moment in my programming career. A relief by understanding that we're not supposed to be perfect and there's absolutely no way that you can spot every single problem…

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  4. Blogging Time Travel: 3.years.ago

    I'm self-aware that I have a love and hate relationship with blogging, and while I've tricked myself to be consequent during this new episode of it, the one you're reading, I can't help but thinking that my blog posts will go the usual route given the platform is running is…

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  5. JWT with Rails, Sorcery and AngularJS

    JWT (short for JSON Web Token) is a compact URL-safe means of representing claims to be transferred between two parties, as defined by the standard. It's usually used for authentication and recently is being favored over the classic cookie scheme in Single Page Applications (SPAs). Although cookies and server-side authentication…

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