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tpitale — 11 posts

How to Pick Languages
Adam Keys shares our latest GrowingDevs article on some techniques for picking languages. While not strictly about Ruby, this is a great guide for finding a language to try next.
Battling Complexity in Ruby
New article by Coraline Ada Ehmke (@Bantik) on the challenge of battling complexity in Ruby and a new solution: Fukuzatsu.
Rails' history with front-end asset management is somewhat complex, involving a mixture of gems and manual file management. Fortunately, there's now a better way—Bower. …Continue Reading - by Dave Copeland
The Rails Way to handle views is one area that quickly grows unwieldy in larger projects. I'd like to share how I use SimplestView to clean up my views, and their corresponding controllers and helpers. Check it out!
A few of the benefits of using the RubyMotion toolchain to develop iOS apps from a beginner's perspective. A Beginner's Take on RubyMotion -Travis Valentine on Growing Devs
Ruby Resty
Software is hard. Writing cURL requests shouldn't be. - Austen Ito on Growing Devs
I'm trying out Prism.js for highlighting Ruby code on my Github Pages blog so I made a quick post on how to add it. Prism.js makes it very easy! Check it out and let me know how you think the code reads. - Tony
A bit about how we're doing daily email standups. Why we do it, how we do it, and how to set up to automate the email. - Tony Pitale
Since Steve Klabnik released version 0.7.0 of the active_model_serializers gem and Ryan Bates has produced an excellent Railscast on the topic, I thought I would contribute a little post on using ActiveModel::Serializers with DataMapper. I hope you enjoy it. Please tweet any questions to me @tpitale.
I just released mail_room to make it easy to have gmail email messages pushed into your Rails applications and wrote a little bit about it on - Tony Pitale
I just launched SimplestView to make it easy to move logic out of ERB templates and into a view class. I explain how I arrived at my approach on - Tony Pitale