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Atractive Template Engine for minimalist people

Hi, inspired by Mote, I’ve built a template engine for Ruby, is minimalist and simple to use, it’s called Ate, hope you enjoy it! Also, is a good way to learn how templates engines are built looking to the source.

Verse 0.4.0 release

In this version of verse you can truncate, wrap, pad and align content with ANSI codes. Enjoy!

Making Big Changes Safely

I’d like to take you back 12 months ago. My story starts with my team beginning a 3-month project to add a new feature. My team is Task Force 1. We have 4 developers. The feature is called “Custom Inventory Statuses.” Read more

Attestor

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]

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