Speaking of privilege-induced misperceptions, the tech press …
…Zapier quite a few times. It has become important to us as glue between systems like StackOverflow and , and Campfire, email to , Trello to Campfire, to Campfire, to Trello, and a few others.
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Following railstutorial again, to strengthen my rails basic and pick up new shiny things in rails 4.
Getting sublime to run test directly is quite awesome, I mean you just need to highlight part of the test you wish to run, + shift + R, boom you got your test result, all without needing to leave the comfort of sublime. Sweet.
On the next day though, suddenly it refuse to run, complaining
/ bin / sh: rspec: command not found
Stacksort - Sort things by running random code from StackOverflow.
FizzBuzzEnterpriseEdition - The way software ought to be written.
[SEC][ - With changes and security fixes. ] 3.2.13, 3.1.12, and 2.3.18 have been released!
Enabling Source Maps in Chrome - Step-by-step with screenshots.
Future of - Lots of interesting … DevTools
StackOverflow: validates_uniqueness_of in nested model rails , a great discussion of how to handle scoped validation when editing existing child attributes.
validates_uniqueness_of and accepts_nested_attributes_for only validates existing records , macfanatic shows a nice way to handle the same issue.issue:
Rails pull request: Validates associated uniqueness for nested attributes . The paint is still wet on this one. Hopefully is stirs some …
Today's "Deal of the 50 Android Hacks . Here's the publisher's description:" — a regular offering from where they make one of their books available for far less that it would normally go for — is for
"In this compact and infinitely useful book, Android expert Carlos Sessa delivers 50 little gems like you'd learn from the old guy in the next cube or the geniuses on StackOverflow."
…Google-fu to find out what other people use. What is hot on Github ). It seems people are interested in SRS after all, or at least the …, what do people on StackOverflow suggest, which tools and software is still actively supported, that kind of things. The most recent stuff on SRS was from 2003 or 2004, and of course, mail is something well established but was there really no one interested in SRS for the last 8 years? Or is the problem? Then we found pfix-tools (
…because I spend a lot of my time helping thousands of people through IM one-to-one. I've tried StackOverflow but didn't enjoy the medium. I'm writing an open-source book in my very little spare time. I've written a lot of open-source code and contributed to non-profit projects too, some very popular. I've been asked to speak, and am every year (at two different conferences and a meetup this year.) But speaking to people isn't my thing - I prefer the one-on-one interactions. …
Former acolytes, like Stackoverflow's co-founder biography of Jobs , writes Ben., have had a change of heart after reading the 's
Not All or Nothing
Ben has a few examples of what separates an acolyte from a rejector. Let's take a look at one of our own —. The acolyte doesn't have a problem that took what Xerox had done with its computer and mouse, making it better. The rejector believes that Jobs was a theft …
Fibered out I don't care for adding say it as well as Isaac :on top of , but I couldn't
If your code uses a compiled fibers library, or something that transforms the code, then it's much harder for me to figure out what the heck is going on. The introspection is gone. The languages change. Stuff happens that isn't present …