I've built an app called Fork Freshness. In the process of building that app, I've learned some interesting things about how Ruby open source projects evolve over time.
A 1990s trance classic performed at my desk on hardware synthesizers and drum machines.
A new user interface concept for probability-based drum machines.
Performed in one take on the following gear: TR-8S, Model:Cycles, MicroFreak, Wavestate, Bass Station 2, 0-Coast, and a DSI Curtis Filter. With a special cameo from a small dog.
When a startup is just getting off the ground, it's not uncommon to build prototypes and put them into production. But sooner or later, you have to pay the price.
Recently I set up a Rails app with Cypress end-to-end specs on CircleCI. Capybara's the Rails default for this. Cypress is better, but Cypress support is still a bit immature, so you have to do some manual tweaking.
People who work remote nonetheless share office space. But the office space is virtual, not physical, and its architect is Marshall McLuhan.
Here's a one-liner for changing a bunch of filenames all at once.
Understand what exactly 'webpacking' does.
Ever had text fill your entire terminal window when all you did was a quick
git branch? Here's a quick pair of scripts which solves that problem by making it a simple matter of muscle memory to keep your repo completely clean.