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nashby — 16 posts

I just wrote a blog about why you should be careful using Ruby core extensions.
Ruby wrapper for xxHash lib  code.google.com
I just released a Ruby wrapper for xxHash lib. xxHash is an extremely fast Hash algorithm, working at speeds close to RAM limits
I just released garlicjs-rails gem.

Garlic.js allows you to automatically persist your forms' text field values locally, until the form is submitted. This way, your users don't lose any precious data if they accidentally close their tab or browser.
Read about object composition and delegation using Forwardable from Ruby Stdlib in this post.
I just wrote a blog about fast hashing with CityHash - a family of non-cryptographic hash functions, designed for fast hashing of strings.
Let's take a look at the new feature in Ruby 2.0 - keyword arguments.
Have you ever thought about which symbols Ruby method name can contain? You can read about it here.
What's new in upcoming SimpleForm 2.1.0 version - http://brainspec.com/blog/2012/09/11/simpleform-2-1-0/
Read about how to DRY controllers and handle validation and `attr_accessible` contexts in the ActiveRecord inheritance and contexts article.
I just released omniauth-stackexchange gem.
Have you always wanted to use enumerated attributes in your ActiveRecord models? There is a easy way to do it now! Behold - enumerize
Windows  youtube.com
Yep. With some help it becomes the truth. Windows loves Rails
Can't stop dreaming about an easy language detector? Just use wtf_lang!
It's a FFI wrapper for google's cityhash library - https://github.com/nashby/cityhash
Guys, let's kick prolog's ass! Lets solve these problems in Ruby. I've already started.
Sometimes is nice to clone all your projects from github to the local computer. github_cloner can help you with this task.