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Validations and policies for immutable Ruby objects. [more inside]

Work on exercism.io together with Katrina Owen at ROSS Conf

ROSS Conf Vienna is a one day mini-conference bringing Open Source Software maintainers and developers together in one room. The projects participating in its first edition include exercism.io from Katrina Owen and RVM from Michal Papis. In the morning bit the project owners will introduce their projects and share what would need work in the afternoon hackathon-y part. Access is free, we ask for a deposit that you’ll get back upon attendance. [more inside]

Boolean2

Next time before you define a global Boolean constant, which might break other libraries, consider to just go with Boolean2. Simple, but useful.

Chewy 0.7.0 is out

Chewy 0.7.0 is finally out! Index update strategies were completely reworked, default type scope is used in import to restrict result imported documents scope, class methods of indexes and types acts as named scopes, and more convenient and useful changes. Changelog

How I've Convinced Emacs to Dance With Ruby

Most of my work revolves around Ruby on Rails projects and I tend to switch editors a lot. My two favorite are Emacs and Vim; I use them both. With this post I hope to give you a few useful snippets that you can use in your own Emacs config. Read It Here

Implementing State Machines

Understanding state machines is one thing, but how do you go about turning theory into practice? This blog post details how to implement a state machine in a Rails application.

Revitalizing pg_morph

I just published a post about the newest changes in the pg_morph gem. Just to remind: pg_morph adds foreign key constraints for each polymorphic relation type by using ActiveRecord & PostgreSQL. Now gem do that without unnecessary database overload. Take a look »

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