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July 2013

July 29, 2013

Understand user behaviour and listen to feedback

The projects we’re working on at the moment have taught me a few lessons about unexpected user behaviour and valuable user feedback that I thought I would share here. There…
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July 17, 2013

Learning how to code with Treehouse

One of my objectives for 2013 was to learn something new. So I enrolled for a 10-week course to learn how to knit. By mid-March, my course was finished and…
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July 10, 2013

Find all the values for a given key in a nested Hash using Ruby

On my current project we have a hash named line items.  This contains multiple hashes, and arrays of hashes, that will eventually have a :total key.  You might also find…
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July 5, 2013

Friday Post #7

  What we found on the web this week:   Nic: How to use maths to win at Monopoly I love monopoly. A fun family game, with a pinch of…
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July 3, 2013

Why Firefox’s decision to make JavaScript mandatory is the tree hiding the forest

We've heard this week that Firefox was going to make JavaScript mandatory. Understand they will remove the option to disable JavaScript from  Firefox 23. Only 2% of internet users have…
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