April 8, 2015 by Daniel P. Clark

Documenting Your Code

I’ve been hearing a majority of developers saying things like “You’re code should be easy enough to understand that you don’t need to document it.” and “Comments are lies waiting to happen”.  I was okay with this and after hearing this for a while I eventually stopped writing code comments. I watched a conference talk…

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March 1, 2015 by Daniel P. Clark

Version Both Your Github Repo and Gem

There are many howtos on getting started with Github and creating a Ruby gem.  What I haven’t come across is a blog about versioning your github releases.  So I will demonstrate here the steps I go through after verifying a gem is ready, releasing it, and publishing a version to the code base on Github….

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February 14, 2015 by Daniel P. Clark

Use the given project generators

Rails Before I started using Rails I was the guy who would type out web projects by hand… I was accustomed to it.  I knew what I was working with all the time simply because I wrote it.  When I had started reading the docs on Rails I was trying to learn it in this…

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