16 Aug '12, 1pm

Ruby and KISS, Sitting in a Tree:

August 16, 2012 Tagged: mvp rails ruby Comments (View) Ruby and KISS, Sitting in a Tree I learned a lot of things in the Marines, but one takeaway which applies directly to programming is the acronym KISS: Keep it simple, stupid. Why were we taught this? Overthinking the problem is a surefire way to make things more complicated and introduce more potential points of failure when coming up with solutions. Especially in startup situations where money and time are tight, time-busting optimizations and over-engineering can kill a project before it gets off the ground. Let’s cover a couple of common scenarios where developers can choose the quick, reliable (albeit a bit inflexible) way to get something working for an MVP (minimum viable product). Admin access When you’re first building an app, you’ll typically write two classes: the “thing” (what your app’s all about) and the u...

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