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It is with great excitement that I announce that our team is joining Fastly. This news is bittersweet as it means that we are also closing down Haught Codeworks as part of the move. After 13 years, I am ending this long chapter of my career.

This will be a brief post as our lives have been a whirlwind the past several weeks as this came together...

 

After tweeting that his inbox couldn’t handle any more requests for preview access, Chris McCord recently made the initial release of Phoenix LiveView public. The repo soon appeared on Github’s Trending page indicating wide interest among developers.

Announced at ElixirConf 2018, Chris described the framework as offering a vastly simplified programming...

 

Lately I have been pondering the challenges faced by early stage startups trying to launch or maintain a website that drives or supports a key part of their operation. While exact numbers vary greatly it is generally understood that only a small fraction of young tech startups survive their first years. There are many well explored reasons for why...

 

We recently started two rescue projects. Though both were different, they suffered from the same fundamental problem – neither were standardized or current on their tech stacks or development processes. It might have been a minor inefficiency here or an unusual approach there. Cumulatively, these issues were negatively affecting their ability...

 

GraphQL kept coming up in conversations so I felt compelled to better familiarize myself with it. After reading up on it and working through tutorials I wanted to go further. I was specifically interested in implementing realtime subscriptions in Rails where the frontend is a separate React app. For this particular setup I didn’t immediately find...

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