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active_record_doctor 1.2.0 released

active_record_doctor helps you to identify database issues before they hit production. Version 1.2.0 can index foreign keys lacking an index and detect extraneous indexes (e.g. ones that can be replaced by a multi-column index) and take unique constraints into account.

What kind of tests should I write for my project?

Should I test my project? Should I write dozens of tests for each feature? What kind of tests should I focus on? Not all projects are created equal - testing is the same. Sometimes you need to test hard, sometimes you don’t. I’m sharing a few observations on testing from my 16 yrs experience as a software developer. Test fundamentalists do not open ;-)

Scheduling Recurring Events with Ice Cube Gem

Ice_cube is a ruby library for effectively taking care of repeated events (schedules). The force lies in the ability to indicate multiple rules, and have ice_cube rapidly make sense of whether the schedule falls on a specific date (.occurs_on?), or what times it… read more

English Premier League (EPL) 2016/17 Season - Open Data in Text (n SQL, JSON,...)

Hello, I’ve added the new 2016/17 season for the English Premier League (EPL). To import the plain text public domain datasets (fixtures) in your (SQL) database of choice (defaults to sqlite) use $ sportdb build in the /eng-england folder. It’s that easy ;-) Enjoy the beautiful game. Cheers. PS: Step 0.1 - $ gem install sportdb and Step 0.2 - $ git clone <https://github.com/openfootball/eng-england.git> or download the zip archive. PPS: Find out more about the sportdb gem family on the project site.

meet zchannel.rb

zchannel provides a high level and easy to use API for sending objects between Ruby processes.

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