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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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Adam Gamble says this is an apt description of some projects

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I'm constantly reinstalling my OS, not because I have problems with it,but because i'm constantly trying something new.

Remembering all the packages I needed to quickly get up and running was a pain. So awhile back, Davidmade a script to easily...

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Meteor is an exciting and different way to build web applications. The documentation at docs.meteor.com is difficult to beat in learning to get started, but for those needing to start now, just do this:

Install Meteor:

$ curl...

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Dueling Giraffes

Just getting right into it:

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