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HollaBack is now at version 0.1.0. This minor release is for sending a status method with paramters. The README.md now includes the synopsis for sending methods with parameters...

Synopsis

Synopsis for sending a method with parameters (the all...

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I wrote a little gem today that will standardize your way of gettinggood responses back from your objects in Ruby. I called it HollaBack. The gem can be configured with extra options forcustom status messages, and methods that will be ran so that...

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First things first:

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Having problems with SSL? OpenSSL's s_client is your friend. Here's anexample session:

$ openssl s_client -connect trucoinrt.com:443CONNECTED(00000003)140406648305344:error:140770FC:SSL

routines:SSL23_GET_SERVER_HELLO:unknown...

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After reading a great article on Sandi Metz' rules for developers. I thought I'ddo a generalized example on the Facade Pattern that was used tosolve the "Only instantiate one object in the controller" rule.

Generalization

The goal of the Facade...

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Plane totally has this

Linkdump image courtesy of the always-redditing David Chapman. Thanks David :)

I missed a week with the linkdumping, and for that I am truly ashamed. To make up for it, I shall provide two weeks worth of links today. Not terribly surprising I...

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Alright, so there's this thing called the Crazyflie that is a tiny little nano quadcopter. I posted about it in a linkdump back in February, and subsequently purchased one for us isotopes to play with. Again, that was back in Februrary - a really...

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Since my script for quickly getting a fresh Ubuntu install ready for Ruby development has gained some popularity, I've decided to maintain it. I've released a minor version of the setup script (version 1.0.1) that checks for things like apt and ...

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Building your own framework with Rack and Ruby sounds super complicated, but itssuprisingly easy to get off the ground with just a few lines of code. Granted,this isn't going to be the next rails competitor, but hopefully in the processwe can...

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