Archive Monthly Archives: October 2017

PostgreSQL Copy to/from feature

While completing an interview coding challenge recently, I learned of a feature in PostgreSQL that allows one to load large amounts of data into a PostgreSQL database. Sometimes, you get a request to seed

Continue reading

Thinking before coding

I’ve been recently working more often on personal projects. Being a developer that I am, I have a tendency to think that if I am not actively writing code, then I am not working. The thing is, when

Continue reading

Facebook Authentication for Rails APIs

I’ve implemented Facebook login plenty of times on the Android side of things but I have never implemented on on the API side. Granted, yes, I’ve implemented Facebook OAuth when building Ruby

Continue reading

Dependency Injection with Dagger 1

Note: This blog post will be more geared towards Dagger within the context of Android development. I think the terms that software developers use to describe certain concepts makes simple things seem way

Continue reading

ButterKnife or not

In one of the freelance networks where I work on Android apps, there have been an effort to standardize the code review to come to a mutual consensus on how every Android developer should write their code. The

Continue reading