This is Part II of my series on writing awesome CLI (command line interface) tools using ruby (Part I). In the first part I described how to create your project layout, add an executable binary, and get started. In this next part I will cover: How to structure your code to be usable as both […]
In the past few weeks I’ve been using a new tool from Adobe that has significantly streamlined my workflow. The tool is called Parfait, and it takes a few of the most annoying elements of front end web development and makes them extremely easy.
Software development and software engineering are booming right now. Engineers are in high demand and commanding high wages. There are simply not enough software engineers available to fulfill the needs of companies looking to build applications and services. While it seems demand for software developers will be strong for the foreseeable future, how long will […]