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Andrew Mason

Andrew Mason is a full stack Ruby on Rails developer. He is passionate about open source, podcasting, and surfing. Andrew podcasts on Remote Ruby.

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I'm looking for work!

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Black Friday - Sweet deals ONLY

Caleb Porzio’s VS Code course is on sale as well: Make VS Co...

I don't use nil

Sandi Metz has a great talk on the Null Object Pattern if any...

GitHub auto README with ruby, github-actions and dev.to API

Nice writeup! This gives me encouragement to go back and fini...

I Tested These GitHub Apps So You Don't Have To

Looks like your link to Code Inspector is broken! Nice write...

Customize Frontmatter Fields in NetlifyCMS

Excellent explanation! Thanks!

How To Be A Great Podcast Guest

Regarding saying the host’s name: sometimes I’ll be mid episo...

My new course on starting and growing your newsletter is live

Purchased, congrats on the launch! I really like the way you ...

15 Resources I Learned Something From This Weekend

It gave me some great insights. Definitely one of the better ...

StimulusReflex v3.3 Morphs has been released

Excellent post and an even better release! StimulusReflex roc...

Fixing "DEV.to Header & Footer Appearing on New Rails App"

Happy to help whenever I can! Definitely an interesting one f...

Tailwind Enter/Leave Transition Effects with Stimulus.js

This is awesome! Thanks so much for sharing! I had been mean...

8 Tailwind CSS resources to help your next project takeoff

For my personal stuff I am Tailwind exclusive but I have used...

8 Tailwind CSS resources to help your next project takeoff

I love TailBlocks, I didn’t add it just bc I wanted to highli...

To ERB and Beyond! What’s New in Bridgetown 0.16 “Crystal Springs”

Awesome!! I can’t wait to try out the new features!

Open Source Tailwind UI Alternative

This is awesome! Thank you so much for sharing 🎉

Bridgetown Ruby with Jared White

🎉

11 Ruby on Rails Podcasts Worth Your Time

You should checkout the-ruby-blend.fireside.fm/

Hiding Ruby 2.7 Deprecation Warnings in Rails 6

Did you reload your zshrc/bashrc or reload your terminal?

25 reasons to switch to Webpack(er)

It’s worth mentioning I work on app that has scaled stimulu...

Are Ad Blockers blocking Google Analytics?

Short answer is yes. Longer is It depends which one they ar...

Changelog: Feed Improvements

Nice! Excited to see what other improvements you bring to t...

25 reasons to switch to Webpack(er)

Have you tried Stimulus?

Rails Coverage Tools: Coverband

to measure production code usage

Rails Coverage Tools: Coverband

From the docs: Note: Coverband is not intended for test c...

11 Ruby on Rails Podcasts Worth Your Time

Yeah I noticed that ☹️ Funny enough the about page is up to...

11 Ruby on Rails Podcasts Worth Your Time

Remote Ruby is pretty good if I do say so myself 😉

Monitor Rails performance in real-time and for free

I’ll try to set you up with GitHub actions CI to run your t...

Monitor Rails performance in real-time and for free

This is super slick. Just installed it on CodeFund (github....

Hiding Ruby 2.7 Deprecation Warnings in Rails 6

They will but this will help until that update lands!

How to set up Ruby on Rails 6 and TailwindCSS 1.1.4

This is a great point. I will be doing a follow up to this ...

How do you organize development projects on your computer?

It’s also perfect for me because I can never remember where...

How do you organize development projects on your computer?

github.com/rupa/z It’s zsh plugin to help you navigate you...

How do you organize development projects on your computer?

Do you use ‘Z’? Honestly, the only reason I can find anythi...

Use Tailwind CSS 1.1 in your Rails App

I created a new post that should work. Check it out here: d...

How do you organize development projects on your computer?

Thanks for sharing! This looks cool👀

How do you organize development projects on your computer?

Side projects are really my downfall. Do you think you’d or...

How do you organize development projects on your computer?

Nice idea. My issue is almost all of them are rails or ruby...

How do you organize development projects on your computer?

Absolutely. I find myself fighting tools much more than I’d...

How do you organize development projects on your computer?

Interesting idea. Probably the only reason I don’t do this ...

How do you organize development projects on your computer?

Incredibly helpful, thanks for a detailed response. I caugh...

How do you organize development projects on your computer?

The icon trick is a good idea - I’ll have to try that. I ha...

Use Tailwind CSS 1.1 in your Rails App

It was working. Might be time to update this post. I used i...

Ruby on Rails Development with VS Code

Glad to hear!! Thanks for reading 😊

5 Gems I use in every project

Have you tried using Standard (also referred to as Standard...

CI for Ruby on Rails: GitHub Actions

Hey! Yes you can do that but as I stated above, I needed ve...

Why I still love Ruby

I’ve heard Taylor Otwell say he pulled a lot of inspiration...

Why I still love Ruby

I should point out that Rails wouldn't exist without Ruby....

Why and how you should migrate from Visual Studio Code to VSCodium

Thanks for sharing. Been thinking about this recently and m...

RediSearch on Rails

Great article, Nick. Will definitely have to check this out...

Use Tailwind CSS 1.1 in your Rails App

Can you elaborate, please? I do this bc it’s the “rails way...

Learn git concepts, not commands

This is crazy good. Super informative and the visual aids d...

Use Tailwind CSS 1.1 in your Rails App

Could you describe what you mean by “others”? Tailwind is...

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