So it's been a month since my last (nominally weekly) linkdump. Many apologies about that. As a means of apology, please enjoy this cat.
Now that that's over with...to the links!
- We launched TruCoin RT this week to great fanfare.
- David sent a list of the Chrome Command Line Switches if you're into that sort of thing.
- Some very attractive CSS work both here and here and some commentary on CSS here
- Jim Gay released a pretty awesome gem that he talked about in his RubyNation talk, called Surrounded. It lets you give an object implicit access to other objects in its environment.
- Adam sent a link about Ruby's Eigenclasses
- Alex Maccaw wrote an article on Speeding up Rails Deploys. He said "heroku deploys" but it's more general than that. Just has some heroku-specific ways to solve it, but the main thrust is still the same.
- waffle.io looks like an awesome way to deal with github issues
- HashRocket wrote an article on TDDing Vimscript. This is all that was keeping me from writing some vim plugins.
- vim-airline looks pleasant. Seth's switched, I've not yet started using it (but I stopped using Powerline)
- Capistrano version 3 has been released. I'm not using it yet.
- Avdi wrote a great blog post: Study Notes: Understanding Computation
- Here's an article on Building an iOS weather app with Angular and ClojureScript. I've been playing with clojure, really like it.
- Quesadilla is an entity-style text parser in ruby. Looks great.
- Postmodern tweeted about mruby on Arduino. Very excited by that.
- vim-github-comment lets you comment on commits on github, straight from vim. Looks outstanding.
- FRiPpery is a great talk by Aanand Prasad on Functional Reactive Programming in Ruby.
- Here's a web server for screen sharing
- Macaw looks neat, but I don't use le macintosh so I am not in the target audience.
Josh Adams is a developer and architect with over eleven years of professional experience building production-quality software and managing projects. Josh is isotope|eleven's lead architect, and is responsible for overseeing architectural decisions and translating customer requirements into working software. Josh graduated from the University of Alabama at Birmingham (UAB) with Bachelor of Science degrees in both Mathematics and Philosophy. He runs the ElixirSips screencast series, teaching hundreds of developers Elixir. He also occasionally provides Technical Review for Apress Publishing, specifically regarding Arduino microprocessors. When he's not working, Josh enjoys spending time with his family.