Monthly Archives: November 2013

Ruby, .NET and IronRuby for beginners

I’ve been playing with the .NET framework for a while now. I still love it. I also love touching other environments. Ruby is one of them.  It’s a powerful and flexible programming language that you can use for web/internet development. It’s object-oriented and dynamically typed. You therefore don’t need to specify the type of an object […]

Professional code vs good code

This week, we were discussing about performance, bugs prevention, issue detection and fix, and how it was important to write code that make problems fix easy. The kind of code you would write as a developer, that would allow someone in the Ops team to understand what’s happening on Production. A mention was then made […]