Docker workshop - Getting started with Docker
Take your first steps into Docker. Follow along from running your first container until building a complete application of multiple containers.
Print list of integers as integers in IEx
Workaround for confusion when list of integers show up as charlist/string in your IEx console.
macOs Sierra: Cursor not moving when holding a key
After upgrading my machine to macOS Sierra 10.12 I noticed an issue using the keyboard: when holding a random key the cursor on the screen was not moving.
Building GitHub Pull Requests using Jenkins Pipelines
This post shows you how to build Github Pull Requests using Jenkins pipelines and (optionally) Docker
How to avoid `ORA-12899: Value too Large for Column` in your Rails application
Use Ruby on Rails metaprogramming to avoid and ORA-12899 error when using an Oracle database
Hanami and Multi-Database Testing with Travis
Hanami: good! Travis: good! Testing your code against multiple databases: priceless!
Installing nokogiri / libv8 / therubyracer on OS X
Tired of fighting to install nokogiri, libv8 or therubyracer on OS X? Me too! So follow these steps for a hassle free bundle install of these three gems.
Flight Tracking For Fun and Learning - Getting Started
There are various places where you can obtain a prebuilt flight tracker, but where is the fun in that? Let's build one from from scratch!
Deploy a Spring Boot app on your own server in less than 15 minutes
Tutorial on how to deploy a Spring Boot app on your own server in less than 15 minutes, using the open source Dokku PaaS
How to enable or disable the "Press and Hold"-menu in Mac OS X
Enabling or disabling the "Press and Hold"-menu in Mac OS X is pretty easy. If you know how to do it at least ;)
Build and deploy static sites w/ Middleman, CircleCI and Amazon S3
Build a static site with Middleman, host on Amazon S3 and managing the deployment process with CircleCI
Lunch break game development
Rails generate model: be specific
Rails offers some useful generators, one of which creates a new model. But did you know you can get into the specifics right from the command line?
Technical Debt: Cucumber
That awkward moment when you realize your cucumber feature tests have become technical debt. What went wrong?!
Learn Ember with our free workshop
Kabisa offers you a freely available workshop to learn Ember.js. You decide when to learn and how much time you want to spend.
ElixirConf EU 2015 impressions
On April 22th and 23nd the Elixir Europe Conference took place in Krakow, Poland.
Jenkins + Docker = awesome CI
Recently we’ve upgraded our CI environment to be even more awesome. Here’s how.
Sorting displayed data in Ember.js
I think this subject makes a pretty good candidate for a recipe in the Ember cookbook. I suggested this as a pull request, I hope this post will help you.
Dealing With Technical Debt
Needless to say, as most projects of this size and age, this one has plenty of technical debt. Let's make an inventory.
Backup PostgreSQL from a Rails project to Amazon S3
Creating a backup of a (PostgreSQL) database in your Rails application should be easy. Well, so seems to be playing Eddie Van Halen's Eruption.
The Guild 2
On February 2014 The Guild kicked off it’s second public edition. With over 50 people attending The Guild was a great success.
Open sourcing at Kabisa
We, at Kabisa, can proudly announce we have open sourced 2 gems! We developed these gems as part of one of our latests projects.
Kabisa supports Rails Girls
Kabisa wants to make software engineering accessible to everyone. Kabisa is committed to sponsoring Rails Girls events in our region.
Building GitHub Pull Requests with Jenkins
We at Kabisa are Jenkins users. We live and breathe Test Driven Development, so a CI server continuously running our tests and building our apps is vital.
The Guild 1
The Guild opens its doors for the first time. With about fifty craftsmen in attendance, this edition was a great hit!
Last month I had the privilege of attending the CamelOne 2013 Conference thanks to Kabisa. Looking back the trip to CamelOne 2013 was definitely worth it.
Discussing, discovering, and enlightening yourself with tools, tips and techniques: that’s what Devoxx is about
Devoxx 2012: Talks roundup
This year Kabisa attended the Devoxx University Days in Antwerp, Belgium. There were lots of interesting talks, in this post you'll find a short summary.
Setup remote pair programming
At Kabisa we are big fans of pair programming. Unfortunately, we can't always sit fysically together when doing so.
EuRuKo 2012 Highlights
Kabisa got to attend EuRuKo, an annual Ruby conference that was held in Amsterdam this year.
Kabisa at #arrrrcamp 2011
We're posting this one right at ya from Arrrrcamp 2011 in Ghent. Arrrrcamp is one of the best known RoR events in Belgium.
Xcode4: Attaching to MyApp
Today I imported an iOS project, originally written in Xcode3 into Xcode4. I ran into an issue that prevented me from debugging the app.
Long running migrations? Use the right tool for the job!
Thinking about the code you put in your migrations is very important and will pay you back in less database downtime during deployments.
Share sessions between Rails 2 and Rails 3 applications
We started building a Rails 3 application for one of our customers which had to share data with their existing Rails applications, built with Rails 2.
Handle CMYK colorspace uploads with Paperclip
When saving images in general, and JPEG in particular, a colorspace is used. The two most commonly used colorspaces are RGB and CMYK.
Headless Cucumbers and Capybaras with Selenium and Hudson
Nowadays software engineers can't live without their favorite test frameworks. Kabisa is using Hudson, Cucumber and Selenium
Dynamic Queue Assignment for Resque Jobs
Resque is a Redis-backed library for creating background jobs, placing those jobs on multiple queues, and processing them later. Sounds great!
Setup a self-signed SSL site with Apache2
This guide will show you how to quickly set-up a SSL site with a self-signed certificate and automatic HTTP-to-HTTPS redirect.
How to setup Ruby on Rails, Apache and Passenger on Debian Linux
For this article I'm going to install a single (virtual) server to run a standard Ruby on Rails application.