24 April 2014

The Ruby Reflector

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Foundation

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…the method. We're going to use a mock object to ensure that we're only dealing with our Foundation class and the class under test: // TBReverseStringCellSpec.m

# import "TBReverseStringCell.h"

SpecBegin(TBReverseStringCell)

describe(@"TBReverseStringCell", ^{ it(@"reverses the string provided to it", ^{ TBReverseStringCell *cell = [TBReverseStringCell new]; id stringMock = [OCMockObject mockForClass:[NSString class]]; …

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On ZURB 13 days ago.
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We are working hard on the next iteration of Foundation to better solve problems in web design. We really appreciate all of you in the community, who are involved on the Forum, GitHub, and support Foundation. The Foundation community is growing and we are evolving with it. Because of our helpful community and the changes we are making, Foundation is getting more awesome all the time.

Submit a Pull Request

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On ZURB 27 days ago.
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…learning Foundation will be useful. That's why we are building a system for getting Foundation certified.

Being Foundation certified means you have evidence that you know Foundation and can implement Responsive Web Design. It will separate you from the herd of designers, especially those who don't code and don't get Responsive Design. You will add your Foundation certification to your portfolio or resume that few other designers or engineers will have. Link …

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By Mike of Positive Incline 29 days ago.
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…each of them to be taught in accredited training (except perhaps step 6, which is beyond the scope of Foundation level training). If STATIK has a short name already, it's " Day 2″!

if that doesn't explain its familiarity, perhaps you're reminded of the equivalent steps in Lean:

Identify value from the customer's standpoint

Map the value stream

Create flow

Establish pull

Identify and eliminate waste

In both formulations there's an implied "rinse …

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By Joey of Global Nerdy 6 months ago.
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Cocoa."

" NSError is the unsung hero of the Foundation framework," writes NSHipster's Mattt Thompson in his latest article. "Passed gallantly in and out of perilous method calls, it is the messenger by which we are able to contextualize our failures." In the article, he writes about NSError and where you'll run into it: as a consumer and as a producer.

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On RailsCasts 10 months ago.
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ZURB's Foundation is a front-end for quickly building applications and prototypes. It is similar to Twitter Bootstrap but uses Sass instead of LESS. Here you will learn the basics of the grid system, navigation, tooltips and more.

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By Peter Zaitsev of MySQL Performance Blog over 1 year ago.
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…people Monty chose to brief and seek feedback from before it was announced publicly. A Foundation is a form of governance for many mature open source projects, such as Apache Software Foundation , Linux Foundation or FreeBSD Foundation . A Foundation structure shows to the world there is a non-profit organization behind the project, with the success of the project as its mission, which can streamline the process of sponsorships and donations. A Foundation

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By David Spark of New Relic over 1 year ago.
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Blank, this now stands as the world's largest entrepreneurial education group, with hundreds of facilitators and coaches around the globe. The Foundation has formalized these events into a three week course called Startup Weekend Next , which Blank hopes to have in hundreds of locations in 2013.

Those are just the highlights of Blank's presentation — believe us, it's worth watching in full.

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By Joey of Global Nerdy over 1 year ago.
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…NSString , the non-mutable string type used when developing for OS X's Foundation framework. If you have, it's likely that you've seen assignments that look like this: NSString *myString = @"Hello, world!";

The @ is a handy bit of shorthand that specifies to the compiler that Hello, world! is an NSString literal. Without this bit of syntactic sugar, we'd have to write the above line of code like so: NSString *myString = [NSString stringWithCString:"Hello, …

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…virtual worlds enthusiast, Ruby developer, game dev hobbyist and e-sports fan. He loves movies (his favorite one is Ghost World by Terry Zwigoff) and sci-fi books (especially Isaac Asimov's Foundation Series).

Thank you Jarek and good luck with your engineering thesis!

* If you didn't get it right away - there is a sad, weeping Krakow dragon on the cake

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