Role of the Chief Technology Officer

Chief Technology Officer's Blog

Given the title of my Blog ‘Chief Technology Officer’s Blog’ – I thought it would be a good idea to briefly explore it’s namesake.

The role of the Chief Technology Officer (CTO) is one of the least defined and understood corporate executive roles (such as CEO, COO, CFO, CIO, etc).  The role has been gaining prominence in many organizations, as witnessed with the newly created position of Chief Technology Officer of the United States.  This can be attributed to the growing impact of technology on both organizations and society, and highlights an expansion of focus beyond Research and Development to broader Competitive Strategy.

According to Wikipedia

A chief technical officer or chief technology officer (abbreviated as CTO) is an executive position whose holder is focused on scientific and technical issues within an organization.  Essentially, a CTO is responsible for the transformation of capital – be it monetary, intellectual, or political – into technology in furtherance of the company’s objectives.


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How to hire right person for the right job?

Here are few tips to hire right person for the right job. These tips are not my own tips. I have collected these tips from different sites.

  • Write better Job descriptions.
  • Focus on soft skills.
  • Check social media profiles. Specially for tech field, we can check Linkedin profile, gitbub profile etc.
  • Improve your interviews.
  •  Ask the right kinds of questions.
  • Look for someone with the commitment to their career.
  • Test for Excellent learning and Analytical skills.
  • Check compatibility.
  • Keep improve your hiring process.
  • Don’t forgot to hire Interns.

If you want to add more tips and other reference sites, feel free to add comment.

Reference Sites:

Set a default parameter value for a JavaScript function

First Solution

From ES6/ES2015, default parameters is in the language specification.

function read_file(file, delete_after = false) {
  // Code

just works.

Reference: Default Parameters – MDN

Default function parameters allow formal parameters to be initialized with default values if no value or undefined is passed.

Pre ES2015,

There are a lot of ways, but this is my preferred method – it lets you pass in anything you want, including false or null. (typeof null == "object")

function foo(a, b)
  a = typeof a !== 'undefined' ? a : 42;
  b = typeof b !== 'undefined' ? b : 'default_b';

Another Solution

To anyone interested in having there code work in Microsoft Edge, do not use defaults in function parameters.

function read_file(file, delete_after = false) {

In that example Edge will throw an error “Expecting ‘)'”

To get around this use

function read_file(file, delete_after) {
  if(delete_after == undefined)
    delete_after = false;

As of Aug 08 2016 this is still an issue



Reference link:

Rails::Reply via Email::Using Postmark


Sending emails from rails is an easy process. But sometimes we need to reply to the email itself that was sent by the app.

Postmark is the easiest and most reliable way to be sure your important transactional emails get to the inbox. Postmark allows you to send your application’s emails with high delivery rates, including bounce/spam processing and detailed statistics. In addition, Postmark can parse incoming emails which are forwarded back to your application.

The process of replying via email is known to be inbound.

How to implement Postmark in rails?

  1. Add add-on postmark in your Heroku or  sign up using ( If you add postmark as an add-on in Heroku you do not need to sign up additionally).
  2. Create your server by adding the name of the server.
  3. You can create a signature or even skip this step.
  4. Since we are implementing inbound process, we will need…

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Ruby : Public , Private, Protected simplified

My Daily Technical Notes [ Ruby, Rails, Gems, Server Ops]

class A
  privatedef pri
    'hey I am private of A'
  endprotecteddef prot
    'Hey I am protected of A'
  endendclass B < A
  def call_pri_of_a
  enddef call_prot_of_a

Now calling the accessors within B

 > b => #<B:0x00000002b56ad8> 
 > b.call_pri_of_a
 => "hey I am private of A" 
 > b.call_prot_of_a
 => "Hey I am protected of A"

Up to here; there seem to be no difference

bb => #<B:0x00000002b1a0b0>
def bb.access_private(child_of_B)
def bb.access_protected(child_of_B)

Now calling the accessor

> bb.access_private(b)
# => NoMethodError: private method `pri' called for #<B:0x00000002b56ad8>
> bb.access_protected(b)
# => "Hey I am protected of A"

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Processes to run Whenever gem in remote server.

These are the processes to run whenever gem in remote server:

  1. Install the whenever gem
  2. Write your scheduler.rb file
  3. Push to the remote server
  4. Login to the remote server (for example with ssh)
  5. See if whenever is good uploaded by running in terminal: whenever . You can see the following type result if whenever is uploaded.

Screen Shot 2015-10-04 at 9.40.12 PM

  1. Update whenever crontab by running: whenever –update-crontab
  2. Restart the server crontab (for example in Ubuntu server): sudo service cron restart
  3. Check if crontab is good implemented on the server: crontab -l.  You can see the following type result after whenever implemented.

Screen Shot 2015-10-04 at 9.48.08 PM

Creating User and Admin Model using Devise Rails 4.0

Ruby on Rails Help

In this tutorial I will show you how to install Devise. I decided to make this tutorial because it is hard to find a good resource for installing Devise on Rails 4.0. This tutorial will NOT teach you the basics of Ruby on Rails. It is intended to help those who have a basic understanding of Ruby on Rails.

If you would like a good place to start learning Ruby on Rails, read and complete by Michael Hartl

Other good resources are:
Devise Github page

In this tutorial I will be using the following gems

  • Rails 4.0
  • Devise 3.2
  • PostgresSQL 9.1

Using PostgreSQL is optional. If you would like to use it then you can follow the railscast to learn how to set it up.

This tutorial will show you how to create two models within devise. We will create a User and Admin model…

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