24 April 2014

The Ruby Reflector

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Vi vs

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By Adam of Transcending Frontiers almost 2 years ago.
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UNIX, but it might not be your daily environment. Similarly you will have an opinion about vi vs. Emacs or Python vs. Ruby, but you'll understand that they're just opinions.

You'll care about your tools and will take real, genuine pride in the quality of the code you create. You won't consider automated testing and continuous integration as optional components of a project, and will appreciate automated deployment procedures too. Learning new programming languages and …

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By Mike Gunderloy of A Fresh Cup over 2 years ago.
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…of a Timeout block.

Rails is not MVC - Can we do vi vs. emacs next?

MonoTable - " Zero-admin, no single-point-of-failure, scalable NoSQL Data-Store in Ruby." We'll see how those promises play out when it moves beyond early design and implementation.

Formtastic 2.0 - Big new release aimed at Rails 3.1.

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By Matthew of Transcending Frontiers almost 4 years ago.
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UNIX, but it might not be your daily environment. Similarly you will have an opinion about vi vs. Emacs or Python vs. Ruby, but you'll understand that they're just opinions.

You'll care about your tools and will take real, genuine pride in the quality of the code you create. Learning new programming languages and getting more out of the languages you already know will excite you. Efficiency will be important too, and you'll be looking for ways to automate your workflow …

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By Mike Gunderloy of A Fresh Cup 4 years ago.
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Sleep seems overrated until you have to skip it for a while.

gMap - jQuery plugin for Google Maps. Looks way easier than the last way I've done it.

webtranslateit - Gem to integrate a Rails app with Web Translate It , a web service to help provide localization.

Why use HAML (and SASS)? I already know HTML. - Another argument in favor of switching to HAML/SASS. This is rapidly becoming the vi vs. emacs of templating languages.

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