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October 13, 2020

Code Coverage, Kubernetes, Emojis, and Tailwind

Trever Yarrish

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Chief Experience Officer / Founding Partner
Grants Pass, OR

📹 YouTube

Code Coverage

In this video, Amy gives a brief overview of code coverage: (1) how to set it up, (2) what it does and (3) doesn't tell you.

🖥️ Twitch

New Tech: Trying a new Gem that makes Kubernetes deploys easy

New Tech: Trying a new Gem that makes Kubernetes deploys easy

✍️ Blog

Cave Drawings: Emojis and Commit Messages
To my anti-emoji friend's point, emojis are indeed modern day cave drawings. They illustrate a common meaning without the overhead of having the reader parse written language. I mean it's been baked into our DNA for millennia. Don't believe me? Science says we recognize pictures much faster than words. So why not embrace the shorthand?

🔗 Links and Interestings

Kuby

Deploy Your Rails App the Easy Way

Kuby is a convention-over-configuration approach to deploying Rails apps. It makes the power of Docker and Kubernetes accessible to the average Rails developer without requiring a devops black belt.

Tailwind Play

Tailwind Play

Everything here works just like it does when you're running Tailwind locally with a real build pipeline. You can customize your config file, use features like `@apply`, or even add third-party plugins.

Beautiful CSS 3D Transform Examples

Beautiful CSS 3D Transform Examples

CSS 3D transforms create depth and visually interesting elements on your page using perspective.
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