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Ruby on Rails makes it easy to bootstrap a greenfield project. Unfortunately not all projects are greenfield, so sometimes you need to work with a legacy database schema. ActiveRecord is a great choice when you have a full control over your database from the very beginning, but what should you do if you need to…(Read More)

A well-deserved congratulations to the team at CiviData on the Beta launch of their new local government data aggregation and comparison tool. After several months of iteration, the product is being launched to invitees only. If you are an employee of a local or state government and want a better understanding of how your…(Read More)

RailsConf was great this year. Got to meet a bunch of new people that I hope to keep in touch with. After a crazy flight back to the west coast – 15 hours of flying, circling, diverting, waiting, unloading, loading, sitting, waiting for a pilot from Baltimore to Portland – these are the things that…(Read More)

Gear Slash is Live


The weather is changing and snow is falling… must be time to snag a steezy deal! After a couple of years selling snowboard gear the old fashioned way, our friends at Solstice Supply decided it was time for something new. GearSlash is as one deal at a time outlet to market high-quality snowboarding gear…(Read More)

We started a new non-profit project. We’d like to keep the project under wraps for now, but we can tell you that the client is Unite Now and the app we’re building could have significant implications for the non-profit world, in general. We’re excited to be involved and hope you…(Read More)