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Business Process Reviews: How We Can HelpOctober 30, 2012 · 0 Comments
In today’s age of modern business, industry competition means that companies must continually strive to implement “best practice” solutions in each domain in order to keep pace within their marketplace and/or exploit their own natural advantages. In some industries, this trend is being supported by the establishment of frameworks which divide industry operations into a
Getting HTTPS going on your local POW instance using NginxAugust 26, 2011 · 3 Comments
Security. We’ve all heard and read about it. But many of us forget to do something about it, until something nasty happens. In Oct 2010, the blogosphere erupted with the demonstration of Firesheep pointing out that one of the most basic things any web developer can do to improve their application security is to use
Common Vision @ Melbourne University Careers FairMarch 10, 2011 · 0 Comments
Common Vision is currently participating in the IT industry’s version of the AFL National Draft, namely the various Universities’ Careers Fairs. Yesterday we exhibited at the University of Melbourne Careers Fair for 2011 Graduates. Our objective for the day was to provide candidates with a realistic overview of our company & graduate program and meet
Mac RVM 1.9.2-p0 Install Error – readline.c 1292January 23, 2011 · 2 Comments
To those who may have had a similar error, this post is for you. So your rvm is up to date. And now you have to roll with ruby 1.9.2. In my previous post, I went through how I got around a ruby 1.8.7 install error. And that error had to do with readline. Well,
Mongoid Custom Validation with I18n supportJanuary 20, 2011 · 0 Comments
If you’re on Rails3, and using mongodb, it makes a lot of sense to use the mongoid gem. Why? Because mongoid hooks neatly into the ActiveModel framework which was made possible when Rails3 came along. So if you’re like me, and was wondering how to do custom validation on a field, it turns out that
Tips To Optimise Your Software BuildsJanuary 7, 2011 · 0 Comments
So, you’ve gotten into the TDD/BDD swing of things, and you’re creating specs all over the shop… in a systematic way (of course). Now you’ve built up a suite of tests, and everything’s going well… things are green. One important thing to start realising on a green-field project is to always take time to improve.