Really interesting article from the Two Pythonistas accidentally fall in love with rails post that was going around the net and the Rails circles a year ago. Now a year in they are back with another interesting post, moving from Rails to Node/CoffeeScript for their new beta release (of what I can’t tell you, I have no idea what ThinkFuse does).
Archive for the ‘Links’ Category
After a bit of a wait, my buddy Curtis McHale has posted the article I wrote for his site, yourworkflow.ca. You can check out the Using Vim As A Text Editor article over on the site. It’s not just about Vim, but more the day to day coding workflow that I was using, so it includes things like Firefox plugins, Unix utilities, etc.
So head over and check out the workflow site and read not only my fine fine article, but also the other news and podcasts he’s got going on over there.
Yea, I’ve been away for a bit, but we’re back with a vengeance this time!
- Memory leak tracing in Ruby…. A bit low end for most “normal” users, but good info to know how to get when you do need it
- Older article but still relevant: and vs && in Ruby
- Phusion has posted part 3 in their Road to Passenger 3 articles
- Everything you need to know about RESTful web services
- The Perils of Opinionated Software like Rails
- A nifty screencast where @garybernhardt moves from Python to Shell to Ruby
Well, back with some links from the last couple of weeks anyway
- A great git reference site from the guys at github… check out http://gitref.org/
- More evidence that my buddy Wayne Seguin’s RVM is awesome with RVM Gemsets and bundler
- The Ruby Hero Awards at Railsconf
- Speaking of Railsconf Videos, Drink Rails has a nice collection of some the video highlights from RailsConf
- Nice tutorial on using Uploadify and Paperclip from brianpWins on IRC… the tutorial is for enabling multiple uploads to a Rails site
- A proposal to rename “NoSQL Databases” to “Postmodern Databases”. I agree… I’ve mostly ignored the whole nosql thing, coming from a traditional LAMP background dealing with MySQL and PostgreSQL, and I think that a rename might be what nosql needs to seem a bit less “ZOMG!!1!! this is the best new thing evah!!!” type fad.