This website uses cookies for analytics and to improve provided services. By choosing I Accept, you consent to our use of them and other tracking technologies according to our Privacy Policy

Posts by Tymon Tobolski

Development  Ruby/Rails 

Setting up a Rails development environment on OS X using Docker
One of our designers wanted to make some changes to our job offer page. At first it seemed trivial - just change some HTML inside a rails app. Then we realised that we would need to setup the whole development...
Tymon Tobolski
tech-lead

Development  Agile 

8 qualities of a great Technical Leader
As the development team working on a particular project grows, there becomes a need to divide the duties and responsibilities amongst all team members. After a few years of testing different options, we went with the...
Tymon Tobolski

Development  Ruby/Rails 

Event sourcing on Rails with RabbitMQ
A year ago I wrote about one of our dashboard applications and how we solved performance issues using Faye delayed messaging (now available as gem!).
Tymon Tobolski

Development  Ruby/Rails 

How to make Rails, Grape and Her work together (with caching!)
If you follow our series on building APIs with Grape and Rails, you already know how to create powerful versioned APIs in a simple and straightforward way as well as improve Grape’s abilities with a number of useful...
Tymon Tobolski

Development  Ruby/Rails 

Introduction to building APIs with Grape
As we at Monterail are no longer just a Rails shop, our projects have grown in size presenting us with an array of new challenges. All the Single Page Applications we code need reliable APIs versioning to work properly....
Tymon Tobolski

Development  Ruby/Rails 

Robust dashboard application with Faye
There’s a dashboard in one of our applications that shows data from various external services. The more data we were adding to this dashboard, the worse its performance and user experience was getting until the site...
Tymon Tobolski

Development 

Scala DSL tutorial - writing a web framework router
Recently released Play 2.0 framework brings new way of creating web services to Java community. It's nice and fun, but I dislike few components. One of them is the router with its custom routes definitions file,...
Tymon Tobolski
Newer Older
Click "Subscribe" to consent to processing your data by Monterail Sp. z o.o. for marketing purposes, including sending emails. For details see our Privacy Policy.