24 April 2014

The Ruby Reflector

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Rescue

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By Nathen Harvey of Chef Blog 1 year ago.
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…30,000 Fire, Emergency Medical, Hazardous Material and Rescue calls per year from a daytime population of 400,000 people, across a service area of 508 square miles including two National Laboratories.

Ron consults in the areas of strategy, capital markets, mergers & acquisitions, corporate communications, public policy and crisis management for publicly traded and privately held telecommunications, data center and technology clients. Previously, Ron was a senior executive at …

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By Adron Hall of New Relic 2 years ago.
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…assume based on horizontal scalability needs. Around and within the controller, various tools such as Rescue and Stager, enable deployments to specific areas of the infrastructure. The horizontally scalable, self healing, pub/sub functionality is provided by NATS (written by Derek Collison ). Between the capabilities of NATS, the controller(s), health monitor(s) and other elements, the entire core architecture and system surrounding it is self-healing. (Better than NCC-1701 …

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By Satish Talim of RubyLearning Blog over 2 years ago.
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The year 2011 saw RubyLearning's awesome guest authors write and share their knowledge with others. If you missed any of these useful articles then here's the roundup of the 5 most popular articles of 2011 on RubyLearning . Enjoy!

Throw, Catch, Raise, Rescue... I'm so confused!

Avdi Grimm explains the usage of Throw, Catch, Raise, Rescue in the Ruby programming language.

You've probably noticed that Ruby has throw and catch …

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By Satish Talim of RubyLearning Blog over 2 years ago.
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In case you missed them, here's the roundup of the Top 3 posts for July 2011 on RubyLearning . Enjoy!

1. Throw, Catch, Raise, Rescue... I'm so confused!

Avdi Grimm explains the usage of Throw, Catch, Raise, Rescue in the Ruby programming language.

One of the aspects of Ruby that often confuses newbies coming from other languages is that it has both throw and catch and raise and rescue statements.

Read the rest of the article: Throw, Catch, Raise, Rescue... I'm so confused! .

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By Max of occasionally useful over 3 years ago.
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Message Bus to the Rescue (Again)

When a Model is first born into the World, the World takes the first step and tells a particular sector "this one belongs to you". At this time, the Sector subscribes to that particular Model's "move" event. Now, we only check to see if that Model moved into an adjacent Sector when it moves . Much better: the Models have no contract with Sector except to publish a "move" event when they move, and Sectors are …

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On Chef Blog over 3 years ago.
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[ CHEF -1442 ] - Rescue ‘no acceptor' from thin and re-raise with a clearer error message

[ CHEF -1520 ] - Remove the requirement to click the ‘login' button all the time on the Login screen by enabling ‘default' behaviour on Enter keypress.

[ CHEF -1531 ] - Knife ec2 server create should give the option to specify node name

[ CHEF -1548 ] - stack level too deep error appears resolved in json upstream …

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On Unicorns & Rainbows 4 years ago.
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Begin, Rescue, Ensure

I am sure most people have seen the typical usage of ensure, you toss it at the end of a being/rescue statement to make sure a snippet of code is always run. Ensure is good for things like making sure file descriptors are closed, boolean switches are flipped, etc. What happens if you still want the exceptions thrown?

Show me the code!

First, let us take a look at the basic being/rescue/ensure example:

Now, we'll take out the rescue clause to ensure our exceptions …

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By RailsBridge of RailsBridge | Page Not Found over 4 years ago.
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1 copy of the Rails Rescue Handbook from Mike Gunderloy

An ebook (3 prizes will be awarded) from the Pragmatic Bookshelf (selection excludes the Pragmatic Programmer and the SitePoint collection)

Vinsol is donating a $ 50 Amazon Giftcard.

More details can be found in the BugMash Guide and the RailsBridge Wiki . Additionally, the RailsBridge team, and hopefully some Core Team members, will be available on IRC in …

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By James Schorr of RubyLearning Blog over 2 years ago.
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…for over 11 years. He is the owner of an IT consulting company, Tech Rescue, LLC , which he started along with his lovely wife, Tara, in 2002. They live in Concord, NC with their three children Jacob, Theresa and Elizabeth. James spends a lot of time writing code in many languages and a passion for Ruby on Rails in particular. He loves to play chess online at FICS (his handle is kerudzo) and to take his family on nature hikes. His professional profile is on LinkedIn …

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By James Schorr of RubyLearning Blog over 3 years ago.
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Do You Enjoy Your Code Quality?

This guest post is by James M. Schorr , who has been in IT for over 14 years and been developing software for over 11 years. He is the owner of an IT consulting company, Tech Rescue, LLC , which he started along with his lovely wife, Tara, in 2002. They live in Concord, NC with their three children Jacob, Theresa and Elizabeth. James spends a lot of time writing code in many languages and a passion for Ruby on Rails in particular. …

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