Tag Archives: ruby

Absurdly simple proxying in Rails

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Tuesday last week, I was asked if I’d step up to take Comcast’s spot in some lightning talks for Philly Tech Week’s Dev Day, and talk about a technical challenge I solved [nb: this was solved of course with the help of one Trevor Lalish-Menagh, and I learned more about Rack last week!]. I gave […]

TIL: TATFT

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Old video, but I love the acronym. TATFT – test all the fucking time. The video  is a funny intro/speech at the dawn of RSpec/Cucumber. If you’re up for some beach reading during your winter break, join me in reading Testable JavaScript, which I’ve been working through the past while, and is my winter break […]

BDD, Cucumber, and test-driven JavaScript

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On a project at work, I’m working on fleshing out Cucumber tests in a feature to get things started on the right foot. Here’re a few resources I’ve enjoyed (slash, stashing here for referencing later): Classic Posts You’re Cuking it Wrong and the follow up You’re Cuking it Right Videos!  A bunch from CodeShip (check […]

RedSnakePhilly photo dump and recap

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RedSnakePhilly (http://redsnakephilly.org/) was a ton of fun. It was the sort of event where I thought most people weren’t really sure the plan – but that it involved Python and Ruby (I’m personally a fan of both). There were 10 speakers condensed into ~2 1/2 hours (plus sponsor presentations). The organizers kept everything on time, […]