Robert Beene
Robert Beene
Robert has worked as a Rails developer since 2005. In addition to his programming expertise, he excels as a technical lead & business strategist. He has traveled extensively & is an avid photographer.

Christmas came early this year. With Rails 4.2 and Postgres 9.4 being released, some of the benefits of NoSQL can be found in the RDBMS of choice. Specifically, you can drop schemaless data structures into your tables and...
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As a recently married man, I did what most people like to do after getting married. We went on a honeymoon. We all have our own ideas on the ideal honeymoon. For us, we wanted some adventure and some relaxation....
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I was reading a recent article that gave a solid handful of tips ranging from managing your Ruby versions (they suggest RVM over rbenv & chruby) to how to benchmark your code. You can find it here. Although I disagree...
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I was recently chatting with a prospective client about their need for a technical advisor. They're currently building an MVP for their hush-hush product and the junior devs they had hired had several technical questions. Should we use TDD? Should...
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With Rails 4.1 released last month, we've got some new features to leverage in our applications. Here are some that are definitely worth checking out. where.not Let's say we have a user model where each user has a...
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