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The thoughts of a software, gaming, and fitness nerd.

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Adding Authentication To Your Rails-Based API, Using Devise

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Why I Don’t Use Factories Anymore

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Adding Authentication To Your Rails-Based API, Using Devise

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Adding Authentication To Your Rails-Based API, Using Devise

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Tips For Tech Recruiters, From an Engineer

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Adding Authentication To Your Rails-Based API, Using Devise

[...] . This is important. In order for our API to authenticate users, we’ll be using an authentication token. The scheme will involve having the user log in by creating a new session via our sessions [...]