Hello and happy Wednesday!
I’ve been busy recently, and have yet to complete my implementation of multi-tenancy in my Rails project. I plan on having a post on how things turned out when I finish, but until then I thought it was high time that I share some of my favorite recent discoveries as picks of the week!
Here is a short list of additional resources I’ve either already read or plan on reading in the near term based on multi-tenant web applications:
- Ryan Bigg has a book called Multitenancy with Rails, which I’ve purchased and am now reading. For 25 bucks you can pick up your copy as well!
- Here is an AirPair with Ryan Bigg and Katherine on the topic.
- If you’re looking for a simple tutorial to get your multi-tenant app up and running, check out Samuel Kadolph’s blog post called Simple Rails Multi-Tenancy.
I’ve been catching the Git bug lately, meaning I’ve been really interested in expanding my understanding and usage of Git. I’ve stumbled upon some very nice looking docs for basic Git created by Atlassian.
And check out their layout:
Some additional new resources I’ve found helpful to refresh my beginner’s memory are:
- Understanding Git conceptually
- Git Magic has an interesting approach:
Rather than go into details, we provide rough instructions for particular effects. After repeated use, gradually you will understand how each trick works, and how to tailor the recipes for your needs.
- A 1hr 10min talk from Linus Torvalds about Git
- If you have the time, this ebook/video-course/webinar from Tobias Günther looks promising.
Lastly, I wanted to re-watch one of my first AirPair’s with expert Edward Anderson just to have a blast from the past moment, and also see how far I’ve come, knowledge wise, over the past year.