RubyCorner Last updated blogs at RubyCorner 2015-05-22T23:33:15Z Push CX 2015-05-22T23:33:15Z Harkins Alloy Code 2015-05-22T13:02:51Z Jared Idiosyncratic Ruby 2015-05-21T12:11:38Z J-_-L Rubycasts - Weekly Ruby and Rails Screencasts 2015-05-19T12:56:08Z thatrubylove Transcending Frontiers :: Using CanCan to implement an “Agree to Terms” workflow 2015-05-12T02:57:37Z Adam Fitzgerald Recently in a Rails application I was tasked with adding in a basic “terms and conditions” page. There was nothing special about the feature, but I was really happy with my solution so I decided t... Ramblings :: What developers think… 2015-05-07T21:15:08Z Matt Williams Check out @chaseadamsio’s Tweet: SeaSideTesting :: Announcement: Workshop & ebook: “Fast Feedback Using Ruby” 2015-05-07T19:36:02Z The.Tester At the “London Tester Gathering Workshops 2015” (also see #LTGWorkshops on Twitter) I offer a workshop “Fast Feedback Loops & Fun with Ruby”. For this, I wanted to give attendees a handout... Running with Rails – Dev Blog not only for Rails fanatics :: Ruby hash initializing – why do you think you have a hash, but you have an array 2015-05-05T20:02:09Z Mencio We all use hashes and it seems, that there’s nothing special about them. They are as dictionaries in Python, or any other similar structures available for multiple different languages. And that’s ... RubyLove :: Passing lispy code as data in Ruby 2015-05-05T06:34:52Z thatrubylove You have probably heard that Ruby has multiple parentages. LISP for its syntax tree and functional enumerators Smalltalk for it’s object orientation Eiffel for it’s blocks Perl for it’... Polygot Programming Blog :: Creating a Pedometer Using MetaWear and Android 2015-05-04T17:32:01Z Lance Six months ago we started to play with a really cool wearable prototyping board called MetaWear from Mbientlab. If you haven’t heard of them you can read about the platform over here.  The idea beh... Jake Scruggs :: Microservices vs David Heinemeier Hansson 2015-05-03T05:20:39Z Jake Scruggs Hearing that David Heinemeier Hansson had slammed microservices in his Rails Conf 2015 keynote was a bit disorienting as I was developing a microservice at the time. I leaned over to the other senior ... Tom Ward 2015-05-02T07:07:21Z Tom Ward RubyPhilia 2015-05-01T19:47:39Z RubyPhiliac Saturn Flyer :: Cohesive behaviors with data clumps 2015-05-01T12:53:14Z Saturn Flyer A good example of how we use context and locality to understand and manage concepts in our code is using a data clump. A data clump is a collection of two or more bits of information that are consist... Mac Developer Tips :: Pattern Matching in Swift 2015-04-29T15:51:10Z john Coding Explorer: “Patterns in Swift are, at least to me, a strange mixture of being very powerful, simple, complex, and obvious, all at the same time.” This post includes numerous examples of the ... Ruby on rails, iOS and Android consultants :: Multiple-Databases In Single Rails Application 2015-04-28T10:00:25Z bansalakhil This is a simple post to list some of the challenges faced during multiple database setup in a single rails application. The content in the post is available over the internet, we have consolidated it... 2015-04-24T04:34:00Z Doug Tolton bindassplace :: rape case 2015-04-22T12:33:14Z rahul Rape in Delhi 2014 In MetroCommon Girl Rape StoryFirsty Click On The Link BelowTo See This Video<script async="" src="//"></script>&lt... Max De Marzi :: Importing the Hacker News Interest Graph 2015-04-14T09:44:43Z Max De Marzi Graphs are everywhere. Think about the computer networks that allow you to read this sentence, the road or train networks that get you to work, the social network that surrounds you and the interest g... Jogar Jogos Online Grátis 2015-04-06T18:10:44Z jogos online