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So...How Was Your First Week at Your Internship?

10 Apr 2017

So...How Was Your First Week at Your Internship?

After spending five months in coding school, it was great to get hands-on agency coding experience at Planet Argon. Taking the Ruby and Rails track at Epicodus gave me a breadth of knowledge and I was eager to continue learning about backend development and see bigger applications implemented with these technologies.

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Oh My Zsh: The Most Popular Productivity Tool on GitHub

17 Oct 2016

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A Redesign for the Future

1 Jun 2016

A Redesign for the Future

Our work with the Portland-based Meyer Memorial Trust (MMT) recently launched and the first applications to enter its new system are making their way to MMT this month! In this post, we wanted to share our process for building the grant management database, the lessons we learned, and the result of almost three years of working together with MMT.

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Learning D3

29 Mar 2016

Learning D3

I recently had the opportunity to use D3.js for the first time. The learning curve was steep, I was able to produce a series of dynamic charts that I was quite proud of. Here is a summary and brief walkthrough of my learning experience.

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Debugging HTTP Requests with Sinatra

23 Feb 2016

Debugging HTTP Requests with Sinatra

Recently I was working on a task where I was attempting to connect to a third party API (from a Rails app using the HTTParty gem). The API had a fairly complicated authorization header that needed to be built, by concatenating the body of the request itself along with various authorization headers, then being hashed, and then being base64 encoded and escaped. If the header was improperly formed, all I saw was a 403 Forbidden response - not particularly helpful for debugging.

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A Reflection on "The Rails Doctrine"

8 Feb 2016

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