One of the challenges I saw with Archaeopteryx : programmers got so excited about the code side of it, they distracted me from the actual instrumentalist aspect.
mrd - to run off a RAM disk on for faster tests without wear on your .
CSS Trashman - version of CSS-Ratiocinator to generate stylesheets.
TrackerTracker - Multi-project scrum UI for .
A Dramatic - Giles Bowkett contributes to the discussion of Rails lack of flexibility. of " Is Omakase"
RDF.rb 1.0 Release - implementing the core concepts, with a lot of add-on notation gems available.
I saw several blog posts with inaccurate code for a 'hello world' in Ember. Here's code which actually works:
Loading this file gets you an "index" (default) view with a "hi" link, and clicking that link gets you to "hello world!".
I'm a little embarrassed about 'index' as a naming choice, because it's a bad habit, but I got it from the framework. Ember uses 'index' to mean 'default view,' the same way Rails…
Rewind is a small library of git analysis scripts in and bash. Its goal is to quickly extract meaningful context from the enormous amount of historical data which any git project provides.
One use case: you want to compare the respective authorship patterns of two forks of a library from. Maybe your company has a local gem forked from a popular gem, and you want to figure out how many unique changes your fork has.
Another use case: you're looking at a large library …
The other day, right before the latestprice spike crashed, I sold half a Bitcoin for about $ 117.89. I had bought this Bitcoin for about $ 10, so I think my math is very approximately correct when I call that a 2,340% profit. A 100% profit on a $ 5 investment would have been another $ 5.
In other words, I sold at the height of a bubble. Lucky me. But the answer is not just luck. The answer is shell-scripting the web.
Two years ago, I wrote a simplescript to screen-scrape …