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The blueprint that has been developed leaves me with confidence to expand with new features, that will respect many of the lessons learned during wireframing and prototyping with Ildikó.Tim Koopman
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We are delighted with the result, which has transposed into increased online sales and positive feedback from our customers. We look forward to continuing to work with reinteractive on future developments and enhancements to ensure that we stay ahead of the game.Zlata Relin
If you are not completely happy with the result when we are done, we will give you $10,000 worth of our development time, at no charge, to make it right.
The Development Hub is our monthly free gathering where you can work on whatever Ruby on Rails problem you like. Get help to debug that annoying bit of code or just come and hack, all are welcome!
reInteractive's Rails Installfest initiative helping hundreds of developers get introduced to Ruby on Rails. We welcome people brand new to Rails get their first Rails blog online in one night!
At reinteractive we work 100% remotely. And when I say 100% remote, we have no office. None.
Over the past 2 days, Sydney (where a bunch of our administrative staff are) has experienced very heavy rainfall, resulting in a large social and economic impact on the city and greater state.
I made the hard decision to leave reInteractive recently. It wasn't easy for many reasons but at the end I decided to take on a new challenge. I don't want to go without writing something about my time at reinteractive which has been really great.
During the last 18 months I have had a blast working with this team, reInteractive is a fantastic company with a lot of respect and care for their developers.
We’re excited that another RailsCamp is coming up in Australia, and this time close to the amazing city of Sydney. Our very own Leonard Garvey has been working hard to get things organised and it sounds like an awesome event!
We’re so glad to be part of RailsCamp and give students the opportunity to attend. We’ve subsidised 10 student tickets to give those still studying the chance to experience this exciting event and get involved with the incredible Rails Community!
During my first interview for this role I said a really dumb thing. It was one of those things that comes out of your mouth before you've even had a chance to filter: "I suck at RSpec".
I can't believe I said that! And, to make matters worse, I said it to someone that I was hoping would hire me and train me up. But it was, and still kind of is, true...I really do suck at RSpec.
ES6 introduces the
classkeyword. At first glance this looks like a completely new object model that follows classical languages like Java or Ruby, but behind the new syntax there is nothing new. The