How Google’s perftools led me to add a single line of code that cut test suite run times in half.
We had way too much fun with Ruby and Unicode, and the result is that you can now join in the fun with our unicode_math gem.
One of the things holding us back from developing on Ruby 1.9.3 has been ruby-debug. So after many people suggested we try it, we gave pry a shot. I don’t know why we didn’t before; it is quick, easy, and allows a wide range of Ruby versions.
Get Ruby 1.9.3-p0 installed with libyaml on CentOS to avoid warnings.
I have read several opinions that are either pro-Bundler or pro-RVM, but despite the current debate they do not have to be mutually exclusive.
In the world of Ruby’s conditional assignment operators,
||= is Alec Baldwin; charming and versatile. But not many people know about
||=’s little brother… the
After using Bundler for the past few months, I love it. It turns managing project dependencies and deployment into a piece of cake. However after coming across a particular dependency declaration, something clicked in my head that made me like it even more.
A whole world of rich objects is within your reach with MongoDB.