Guilherme Rodrigues is a carioca software developer

iOS 8 insidious length bug breaks jQuery and Underscore object iteration

Ask anybody and they'll tell you I love Underscore. I even try teaching it when I can. Ask anybody, and they'll also tell you I don't love iPhones... Even less so today. If you have a large JavaScript app which relies heavily on iteration functions from jQuery (like jQuery.each)…

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Motivated people don't need to be told what to do - Spotify Engineering Culture

From The Lean Startup to Good to Great, from Tribal Leadership to Zero To One, few works have captured the essence of a startup as concisely as the Spotify Engineering Culture videos. In the two part series, Henrik Kniberg delivers incredibly impactful startup insights. Here are my favorite quotes from…

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A steep learning curve is precisely what you think it isn't

This is really just a quick rant. Please, stop using the phrase "steep learning curve" to describe anything hard to learn! Why? Because it means precisely the opposite. The famous learning curve A learning curve is a graphical representation of the increase of learning (vertical axis) with experience (horizontal axis)…

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Automate Ghost theme upload with grunt-ghost-upload

I love Ghost. I have backed them in the very beginning and, ever since, they continue to deliver on their vision of a simple and powerful publishing platform. I know they have limited resources and an ambitious roadmap, but some things are really unnerving for a heavy user. This post…

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Improve Your Reputation on Stack Overflow with Filters

God knows how much time developers spend on Stack Overflow. I was lucky it launched in August 2008, just as I was starting my career. As a beginner, I relied heavily on it for my newbie questions. One of the goals I had last year was to pay back to…

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WebStorm Live Edit: not ready for prime time

If you ask any colleague, they'll tell you I love WebStorm, the front end IDE by JetBrains. They might tell you I love it a little too much. Indeed, given the alternatives (Sublime Text, Atom, Brackets?), I find WebStorm incredibly superior in regards to code completion and error detection. It…

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