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Apr 19 2016
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Exploring ways of dropping elements from ruby arrays: a look at Array#drop_while, implementing and benchmarking a counterpart Array#drop_while_right.
Comparing mathematical, iterative, and recursive solutions to the Snake Case challenge posed during the Ancient City Ruby Conference.
We'll look at different strategies for declaring dependencies in libraries and how we might be able to make major version bumps easier into the future.
How to use websockets but without ActionCable and Rails 5? Roll up your sleeves and let's start coding :)
I've been thinking about how to improve the quality of Rails code bases through better documentation practices. Here are some steps I'm taking in my own projects.
Explaining how to integrate the Webpack asset management tool with the Ruby static web framework Middleman.
Despite being a core part of most apps architecture, database schema changes are rarely a core part of code reviews – that needs to change.
You know what's universally regarded as un-fun by most programmers? Writing assembly language code.
A ruby client for interacting with Rails' ActionCable.
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