Countries and Industries array

Many of software developers actually need some standard ready made lists to be used in their applications, some of these lists are Industries and countries.

I added here an array list of standard industries categories and an array list of countries names.

I hope this will help🙂

Industries

[“Agriculture, forestry and fishing”, “Mining and quarrying”, “Manufacturing”, “Electricity, gas, steam and air conditioning supply”, “Water supply; sewerage, waste management and remediation activities”, “Construction”, “Wholesale and retail trade; repair of motor vehicles and motorcycles”, “Transportation and storage”, “Accommodation and food service activities”, “Information and communication”, “Financial and insurance activities”, “Real estate activities”, “Professional, scientific and technical activities”, “Administrative and support service activities”, “Public administration and defence; compulsory social security”, “Education”, “Human health and social work activities”, “Arts, entertainment and recreation”, “Other service activities”, “Activities of households as employers; undifferentiated goods- and services-producing activities of households for own use”, “Activities of extraterritorial organizations and bodies”]

Countries

[“Afghanistan”,”Albania”,”Algeria”, “American Samoa”, “Andorra”, “Angola”, “Anguilla”, “Antarctica”, “Antigua and Barbuda”, “Argentina”, “Armenia”, “Aruba”, “Australia”, “Austria”, “Azerbaijan”, “Bahamas”, “Bahrain”, “Bangladesh”, “Barbados”, “Belarus”, “Belgium”, “Belize”, “Benin”, “Bermuda”, “Bhutan”, “Bolivia”, “Bosnia and Herzegovina”, “Botswana”, “Bouvet Island”, “Brazil”, “British Antarctic Territory”, “British Indian Ocean Territory”, “British Virgin Islands”, “Brunei”, “Bulgaria”, “Burkina Faso”, “Burundi”, “Cambodia”, “Cameroon”,  “Canada”, “Canton and Enderbury Islands”, “Cape Verde”, “Cayman Islands”, “Central African Republic”, “Chad”, “Chile”, “China”, “Christmas Island”, “Cocos (Keeling) Islands”, “Colombia”, “Comoros”, “Congo – Brazzaville”, “Congo – Kinshasa”, “Cook Islands”, “Costa Rica”, “Croatia”, “Cuba”, “Cyprus”, “Czech Republic”, “Côte d’Ivoire”, “Denmark”, “Djibouti”, “Dominica”, “Dominican Republic”, “Dronning Maud Land”, “East Germany”, “Ecuador”, “Egypt”, “El Salvador”, “Equatorial Guinea”, “Eritrea”, “Estonia”, “Ethiopia”, “Falkland Islands”, “Faroe Islands”, “Fiji”, “Finland”, “France”, “French Guiana”, “French Polynesia”, “French Southern Territories”, “French Southern and Antarctic Territories”, “Gabon”, “Gambia”, “Georgia”, “Germany”, “Ghana”, “Gibraltar”, “Greece”, “Greenland”, “Grenada”, “Guadeloupe”, “Guam”, “Guatemala”, “Guernsey”, “Guinea”, “Guinea-Bissau”, “Guyana”, “Haiti”, “Heard Island and McDonald Islands”, “Honduras”, “Hong Kong SAR China”, “Hungary”, “Iceland”, “India”, “Indonesia”, “Iran”, “Iraq”, “Ireland”, “Isle of Man”, “Israel”, “Italy”, “Jamaica”, “Japan”, “Jersey”, “Johnston Island”, “Jordan”, “Kazakhstan”, “Kenya”, “Kiribati”, “Kuwait”, “Kyrgyzstan”, “Laos”, “Latvia”, “Lebanon”, “Lesotho”, “Liberia”, “Libya”, “Liechtenstein”, “Lithuania”, “Luxembourg”, “Macau SAR China”, “Macedonia”, “Madagascar”, “Malawi”, “Malaysia”, “Maldives”, “Mali”, “Malta”, “Marshall Islands”, “Martinique”, “Mauritania”, “Mauritius”, “Mayotte”, “Metropolitan France”, “Mexico”, “Micronesia”, “Midway Islands”, “Moldova”, “Monaco”, “Mongolia”, “Montenegro”, “Montserrat”, “Morocco”, “Mozambique”, “Myanmar (Burma)”, “Namibia”, “Nauru”, “Nepal”, “Netherlands”, “Netherlands Antilles”, “Neutral Zone”, “New Caledonia”, “New Zealand”, “Nicaragua”, “Niger”, “Nigeria”, “Niue”, “Norfolk Island”, “North Korea”, “North Vietnam”, “Northern Mariana Islands”, “Norway”, “Oman”, “Pacific Islands Trust Territory”, “Pakistan”, “Palau”, “Palestine”, “Panama”, “Panama Canal Zone”, “Papua New Guinea”, “Paraguay”, “People’s Democratic Republic of Yemen”, “Peru”, “Philippines”, “Pitcairn Islands”, “Poland”, “Portugal”, “Puerto Rico”, “Qatar”, “Romania”, “Russia”, “Rwanda”, “Réunion”, “Saint Barthélemy”, “Saint Helena”, “Saint Kitts and Nevis”, “Saint Lucia”, “Saint Martin”, “Saint Pierre and Miquelon”, “Saint Vincent and the Grenadines”, “Samoa”, “San Marino”, “Saudi Arabia”, “Senegal”, “Serbia”, “Serbia and Montenegro”, “Seychelles”, “Sierra Leone”, “Singapore”, “Slovakia”, “Slovenia”, “Solomon Islands”, “Somalia”, “South Africa”, “South Georgia and the South Sandwich Islands”, “South Korea”, “Spain”, “Sri Lanka”, “Sudan”, “Suriname”, “Svalbard and Jan Mayen”, “Swaziland”, “Sweden”, “Switzerland”, “Syria”, “São Tomé and Príncipe”, “Taiwan”, “Tajikistan”, “Tanzania”, “Thailand”, “Timor-Leste”, “Togo”, “Tokelau”, “Tonga”, “Trinidad and Tobago”, “Tunisia”, “Turkey”, “Turkmenistan”, “Turks and Caicos Islands”, “Tuvalu”, “U.S. Minor Outlying Islands”, “U.S. Miscellaneous Pacific Islands”, “U.S. Virgin Islands”, “Uganda”, “Ukraine”, “Union of Soviet Socialist Republics”, “United Arab Emirates”, “United Kingdom”, “United States”, “Unknown or Invalid Region”, “Uruguay”, “Uzbekistan”, “Vanuatu”, “Vatican City”, “Venezuela”, “Vietnam”, “Wake Island”, “Wallis and Futuna”, “Western Sahara”, “Yemen”, “Zambia”, “Zimbabwe”, “Åland Islands”]

References

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What Every Junior Rails Developer Should Know

Good Summary of Rails Developer capabilities

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Not long ago, I shared a link to an outstanding video called What Every Junior Developer Should Know.

That talk was geared toward Front End Developers, but most of the content overlapped with the subjects that Back End Developers should know.

I happened to come across a diagram that my instructor from The Iron Yard shared on the first day of class.

When I first saw it, I was familiar with only about half of the terms on the diagram, but coming back to it after 6 months as a Junior Developer, I feel that it is a great summary of the tools and topics that I use every day.

As one reader pointed out, although the diagram says “Ruby on Rails Competencies”, it is actually a diagram of the skills required to become a Full Stack Developer. Many Ruby on Rails developer roles will never touch some of…

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  • rake db:drop deletes the database
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