Wasn't that the reason that we use Rails not to need to escape from it?
Yes and no.
It's a longer story, for another blog post, probably. In short, I believe that Rails is good for the start (as long, as you're not efficient with other approaches yet), however it's bad for a longer run.
Rails gives you a …
Bit of a technical post for my own reference, about visualization and scripting in clojure.
Anyway, I've also just demo-ed the process of writing Clojure, for a person with a C background who'd done extensive reading in modern web dev, but had no actual experience with it. And for my drum teacher/ Rails student, I had him start by writing unit tests for essential pieces of the Ruby language like Array and String .
I'd say any programmer who can teach something, should. I think that's actually a large number of programmers. My guess is …
Michael>> Which areas in Clojure should a would-be Clojure programmer concentrate on in your opinion?
Rich>> If you are coming from an OO background, the most fundamental thing is to concentrate on programming with values. Don't try to replicate your mutable objects, you need them far less than you might think.
Michael>> Do you think this …
The drummer's platform is actually a turntable with a very slow rotation speed; something like one rotation per hour. This enables the drummer/ DJ to see all of the crowd around them, rather than just the people in the "front row." (Since this design sits at the center of a room, rather than one end, there isn't a front …
…vim syntax highlighting for languages such as Go,, , or Clojure that we're playing with but that we typically don't use on client projects.
We recently released rcm which, among other things, allows a workflow where those two sets of dotfiles co-exist in harmony.
Team dotfiles as primary
The team's dotfiles could be considered the primary dotfiles repo. It is well-vetted and we can depend on it matching the latest conventions and practices agreed …
Little Functional Programming Lexicon
This guest post is by Elise Huard , who is working as a freelance software engineer. She has 15 years of software under her belt and is keen on providing experienced advice as well as coding help. She has programmed in Ruby for 6 years before turning to Clojure and Haskell, and enjoys exploring the world of functional programming. She lives in Berlin, Germany with her family.
W ith Clojure, Scala and Haskell on the scene, functional …
Node for iPhone . !
HTTP/2 covers the pros and cons in about as much detail as a John Siracusa review. and Tradeoffs
No privilege, no risk: A client-side security cornucopia . Fortify your . The video of the talk .
yamb/co-easymongo improves …
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