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re: How would you setup a model in Rails to reference the same model type?
Assuming a Book class exist and it has many chapters, and a...
re: Why is it so hard to build or use a rich text editor yet amazing editors like vscode or atom are built with web technologies?
destroyallsoftware.com/screencasts...
re: I have been a TopTal Software Engineer for two years, Ask Me Anything!
Given that you have your company (I guess it's a software ...
re: What was your win this week?
This week, I built a minesweeper with Rails and React ❤️🙈 g...
re: I was billed for 14k USD on Amazon Web Services 😱
Send an email to AWS support, they will help you out.
re: Why it's time to embrace position sticky
github.com/thepracticaldev/dev.to/... What do you guys thin...
re: Why it's time to embrace position sticky
Would be nice to have this in the article actions/reactions...
re: The Rails Ecosystem is Healthier than Ever
Yeah I faced the same issue with no success :( How did you ...
re: The Rails Ecosystem is Healthier than Ever
😄 A shout-out to ActiveStorage! Rest in peace paperclip, ca...
re: What is a website that you visit regularly despite its technical quality and user experience?
apidock.com, it's extremely low to load :/
re: I was billed for 14k USD on Amazon Web Services 😱
lucky me I didn't had to pay for my mistake 😅 lesson learne...
re: I was billed for 14k USD on Amazon Web Services 😱
TBH, at that time I didn't even know about EC2 services 🤷🏻‍...
re: I was billed for 14k USD on Amazon Web Services 😱
Though they filled me up with documentation on how to stren...
re: I was billed for 14k USD on Amazon Web Services 😱
Not even a dime, they considered it as "unauthorized usage"...
re: I was billed for 14k USD on Amazon Web Services 😱
Sure it was ☠️
re: I was billed for 14k USD on Amazon Web Services 😱
Yeah they were so reasonable.. they issued a refund request...
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