…pull this info via command line and paste a list into, but if you're using GitHub and , here's a nifty way to see this information on the website without bothering the team. As the saying goes, teach a man to fetch and whatever shut up.
Tag deploys with Capistrano
The first step is to tag each deploy. Drop this recipe in your config/deploy.rb ( original source ): namespace :git do task :push_deploy_tag do user = `git config --get user.name`.chomp …
Just as with any code, Github gives us a good place to start, checking out the most recent commit activity, the scale of the issues and hopefully checking that there's a test suite.testing isn't as fully fledged for , an attempt to test is a great start.
Reviewing how code is written has also been very informative. If you want to get some diverse exposure, start looking through BubbleWrap , the ever growing mixed bag of RubyMotion functionality. You …
So let's take a step back and remember that this is GitHub publishing this editor. GitHub, as in, creators of the canonical social Git hosting site that most of us use. And yet, clearly lacking in this editor is any sense of actual Git support. Sure, there are line diffs and some basic diff / branch status listings in the status bar, but come on, not even a built-in " Git Commit" command? For what it's worth, there is a cool "view [history/blame] on GitHub …
Here's whatlooks like on GitHub's viewer:
Cutting it up
Once you have a 3D model in STL format, you need to turn it into instructions for the printer to follow. We give it to a program called a slicer, which compiles the 3D model to printer machine code. The program turns the 3D model into horizontal slices that the printer can use to build the object up, layer by layer. I use a program called Slic3r , which is also and fairly easy to use. …
…web framework. Laravel is the most starred PHP framework on GitHub, and that's one of the reasons why we're pleased to announce that the New Relic PHP agent version 4.6 now contains built-in support for Laravel 4.
How does it work?
The latest New Relic PHP agent provides descriptive transaction names by pulling this information from Laravel's "Illuminate" dispatcher. We will now name a transaction based on the router's name, or if that is unknown, …
…happening inand . The session about how GitHub manages MySQL also sounds interesting.
: Jeremy and , thanks very much for your time and I look forward to seeing you in April!
Jeremy: Thanks for the opportunity! I am definitely looking forward to the conference, too!
Davi: It's my pleasure.
10 SCSS utilities I can't live without - Shortcuts for the frontend developer.
Atom Blog - Behind the scenes of GitHub's new text editor. Personally, I think a text editor carting around the baggage of a web browser is a non-starter, but I'm just an old fuddy-duddy I'm sure.
A critical look at Atom.io - I guess I'm not the only skeptic out there.
Search a git repo like a ninja - Using git grep with great power.
Recently I switched my website from, hosted on , to , which I now host on GitHub. This post is an overview of why, how and any pain points I came across during the migration.
Why switch from Wordpress to Jekyll?
I've been on Wordpress for 7 or 8 years. It's a great tool. However my website is fairly simple . I have 3 pages and a blog. Wordpress is big, it's complex, and runs on Jekyll is a light weight static site generator.with a database.
Some of the mentors and students hang out at RubyLearning's IRC (irc.freenode.net) channel (# rubylearning.org) for both technical and non-technical discussions. Everyone benefits with the active discussions on Ruby with the mentors.
There is a Hangout Event…
Prelang - application generator including a data modeler.
Reflecting on RubyMotion Experiences - Part 1 - Some advice from the trenches.
Atom - text editor from GitHub, now taking beta invite requests.
Feature Preview: Vagrant Share - Share vagrant environments over the network.