One of the features I implemented recently at work was allowing users to create “cards” inside their workspace by sending an email to the workspace itself. While not a revolutionary thing to do, it is a step towards giving users the ability to forward confirmation emails to their workspace and have it auto-generate data based on the email contents.
It may seem like common sense to some but using environment variables to mask sensitive access/account information is something more and more junior developers are NOT learning in code schools. Join me as I take a look at some easy ways to prevent that important information from being pushed to your public code base.
After the rousing success that was Day One of the 2016 Ruby on Ales conference, I was incredibly excited to see what Day Two would have in store for us!
…after a bit of breakfast and slow start to the morning thanks to the after party the night before.