http://www.sitepoint.com - Vasu K dives into using Rails to create and manipulate images. Learn how to upload images, create multiple versions, and optimize the images for the web.
http://www.sanarias.com - Santiago Arias: Testing HTTP caching in Go
http://www.sitepoint.com - Christophe Willemsen continues his exploration of Neo4j's interaction with PHP by adding social network features to a PHP Silex application. See how!
http://6ftdan.com - Before I started using Rails I was the guy who would type out web projects by hand… I was accustomed to it. I knew what I was working with all the time simply because I wrote it. When I had started reading the docs on Rails I was trying to learn it in this same manner that I was used to. But there is a fundamental piece missing when approaching Rails in this way. Rails is opinionated code. It’s designed with a predetermined way for things to work. And for that you need to build the empty project template from the standard command rails new my_project_name.
http://www.leighhalliday.com - Tree structures are needed any time you want to insert a hierarchy into your data. It's when you want to store relationships between data of the same type, vertically. Think of categories, org charts, and family trees; all have a tree structure to them. Some examples of this are.
http://www.varyonic.com - After ten years of development Rails is a mature framework, and a recurring theme at conferences is how to build and maintain Rails applications that are increasingly complex. Rails achieved early success as an opinionated framework that emphasizes MVC and convention over configuration, but as developers have tackled ever more ambitious projects there has been divergence as to how to structure them.
http://www.blrice.net - A high-level look at the architecture of Resque
http://adamniedzielski.github.io - Programmers make mistakes. Some of them are just annoying (for others to read) and some are really dangerous. Here is my selection of 10 mistakes …