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Hashrocket - Hashrocket builds solutions for iPad, iPhone and the ...

Hashrocket builds solutions for iPhone, iPad and the Web. We specialize in Ruby on Rails and iOS development. We practice Agile methodologies and ...

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  • Create Quick JSON Data Dumps From PostgreSQL

    hashrocket.com 10 Oct '17, 3pm

    Second, JSON is a clean and friendly export format. By dumping our data as JSON we are not only ensuring that it is relatively human-readable, we also know that any developer regardless of their development stack will have access to a JSON parser with which they can read that data int...

  • Search Page 1

    hashrocket.com 09 Oct '17, 1am

    Generate Dates in PostgreSQL PostgreSQL by Josh Branchaud Why Vim? Vim by Jake Worth Swap Two Column Values in SQL: Part 2 PostgreSQL by Josh Branchaud Hashrocket and Code Platoon by Jake Worth Swap Two Column Values in SQL: Part 1 PostgreSQL by Josh Branchaud Observing Change: A Gold...

  • Keep Anaconda from Constricting Your Homebrew Installs

    hashrocket.com 08 Oct '17, 5pm

    Warning: Anaconda is known to frequently break Homebrew builds, including Vim and MacVim, due to bundling many duplicates of system and Homebrew-available tools. If you encounter a build failure please temporarily remove Anaconda from your $PATH and attempt the build again prior to re...

  • and Code Platoon

    hashrocket.com 21 Sep '17, 1pm

    by Jake Worth on September 21, 2017 Hashrocket's collaboration with Code Platoon continues this October! For the past three cohorts, Hashrocket has taught an intensive all-day workshop at the Code Platoon bootcamp. Here's a description of this unique developer training program, from t...

  • Swap Two Column Values in SQL: Part 1

    hashrocket.com 21 Sep '17, 4pm

    This technique not only massages our data as requested, it shows us the dynamism of update statements in PostgreSQL. We are able to utilize case statements and subqueries to get exactly what we need out of the statement. This statement isn't flawless though. In part 2 of this post, we...

  • Why Vim?

    hashrocket.com 28 Sep '17, 1pm

    by Jake Worth on September 28, 2017 Hashrocket is known as a Vim shop; what does that mean? When visitors learn Hashrocket is a "100% Vim shop", questions follow: Does everyone use Vim? Is Vim mandatory at Hashrocket? Why Vim? These are fair, and I admit that from the outside, our com...

  • Today I Learned in Phoenix

    hashrocket.com 05 Sep '17, 2pm

    Elixir Phoenix Today I Learned in Phoenix by Jake Worth on September 5, 2017 The Phoenix port of Today I Learned, Tilex , is live. Today I Learned began as a Ruby on Rails application. We open-sourced the code after launch and have maintained it for over two years. Our mission: Today ...

  • A Friendly Introduction to Convolutional Neural Networks

    A Friendly Introduction to Convolutional Neural Networks

    hashrocket.com 22 Aug '17, 2pm

    So, let's run through an entire convolutional neural network from start to finish just to clarify things. We start with an untrained convnet in which we have determined all of the hyperparameters. We initialize the weights in the convolution and fully-connected layers with random inpu...

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