RubyCorner Last updated blogs at RubyCorner 2015-11-30T13:00:53Z Ramblings :: JVM Choice Matters (a lot!) 2015-11-30T13:00:53Z Matt Williams I’m one of the lucky folk who was able to obtain a Raspberry Pi Zero for $5. Originally this was going to be an article reviewing the Pi Zero to see how much of a difference the overclocking really ... Push CX 2015-11-30T06:25:46Z Harkins On The Path 2015-11-29T04:02:27Z bokmann Alloy Code 2015-11-28T20:19:58Z Jared Jake Scruggs :: Lutz’s Super Truthful Murder-ball adventure 2015-11-28T07:37:18Z Jake Scruggs For backstory checkout out the previous DnD post.Landing in a pile on a large stone table in a massive room from out of a swilling green magic portal is very disorienting. However, it did lead to Lutz... Code Worrier 2015-11-27T20:02:26Z Michael Hoffman Polygot Programming Blog :: Giving Thanks by Giving Laptops to Those in Need 2015-11-26T01:55:02Z Lance Nelson Mandela once said: “There can be no keener revelation of a society’s soul than the way in which it treats its children.” While Madiba is no longer with us, about a year ago I had the hono... DevInterface Blog :: 6 motivi per affidare il tuo sito a un professionista 2015-11-24T13:48:39Z DevInterface Quali sono i rischi di farsi costruire un sito internet da qualcuno con poca esperienza nel settore? In questo articolo ti spiego perché, talvolta, affidare un sito a persone poco competenti potrebb... RubyPhilia 2015-11-24T13:47:54Z RubyPhiliac Max De Marzi :: Bidirectional Traversals in Space 2015-11-20T14:22:52Z Max De Marzi If you have never watched Firefly, then stop whatever you are doing and get to it, you can come back and read this post later. Ok good, now where were we. Firefly. The series is set a few hundred year... Ruby Tips :: Using Notepad++ for Writing Ruby Programs in Windows 2015-11-14T19:36:11Z Ruby Tips If you are writing small Ruby programs and you don’t need facilities such as debugging available in a full fledged IDE, I recommend using Notepad++ editor. Notepad++ has built in syntax highlighting... Running with Rails – Dev Blog not only for Rails fanatics :: Ruby 2.3.0 changes and features 2015-11-14T13:42:31Z Mencio Ruby 2.3.0-preview1 has been released. A new (supposedly) better Ruby was just shipped. Let’s see what we can expect out of it. Frozen string literals If you like reviewing gems, you could often fin... Ruby on rails, iOS and Android consultants :: Writing command line programs in Elixir: Vowel Counter 2015-11-03T09:30:08Z bansalakhil Note: This is a very basic example of mix tool and escript utility. One can skip this post if already have an idea about these tools. Lets write a simple command line program which would take a String... Transcending Frontiers :: Handling race conditions with Rails’ pessimistic locking 2015-11-03T08:59:47Z Adam Fitzgerald I recently worked on a Rails application where race conditions were causing issues in the background tasks operating on my ActiveRecord objects. In this article I will explain how I used pessimistic l... Roblog 2015-11-01T14:30:28Z Rob Miller BCN Dev Blog :: Rails Saving Form Data 2015-10-24T08:17:04Z Adam Sommer HTML Forms The main way that information is collected on the web is through HTML form elements. This could be the bane of my existence… The process is pretty straight forward. You have a form ta... Black Bytes :: The Many Uses Of Ruby Case Statements 2015-10-19T16:35:11Z jesus_castello Whenever you need to use some if / elsif statements you should consider using a Ruby case statement instead. In this post, you will learn a few different use cases and how it all really works under th... 2015-10-15T18:24:35Z Doug Tolton Hot Girls Blog 2015-10-12T09:57:18Z Karimo London Confidential Blog 2015-10-12T09:57:13Z Karimo