Build web applications from the ground up

Web development is a very broad ecosystem. To get an application in production, you need to know about server, deployment, QA, MVC frameworks, SQL, Javascript and more. And if that wasn't big enough, new libraries and framework are released every week.

How do you keep up with all that?

It's not easy. Over the past few years, I've blogged about different things on this blog and realized that whenever I was experiencing a new technology or technique, I would blog about it so people like yourself wouldn't have to go through the same struggles I went through.

We probably don't share the exact same technological stack you and I but for the ones we share, you will find perspective and solutions that may help you build your project the way you envision it.

Me 2b5e0ade81f84fda55c514004a6df114af0b02e583e47effdd9e4e0c85d2a863Pier-Olivier Thibault

    All my previous posts

  1. Jul 2015
    How to debug a Docker container
  2. Jun 2015
    Now I understand a little bit how docker works
  3. Apr 2015
    Customize Rails view & controller with Railtie
  4. Apr 2015
    Responsive CSS with Sprockets
  5. Mar 2015
    Twitter and Facebook buttons with Turbolinks
  6. Mar 2015
  7. Mar 2015
  8. Mar 2015
    First step when building a markdown editor
  9. Feb 2015
    This JSON era is bullshit
  10. Feb 2015
    Different frameworks, different goals?

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