February 4, 2015 by Daniel P. Clark

Using Ruby Object Type Classes to Safely Build Data

When building collections of data you will find situations where the types aren’t what you planned to work with.  And when I say types I’m speaking generically of arrays, hashes, strings, integers, nil, etc.  Everything’s cosy when you know what your getting.  For example putting 10 integers into an Array:

But if you want…

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June 6, 2014 by Daniel P. Clark

Characteristics That Attract

Every person should seek to become the best they can be. One fairly obvious trait that is attractive is confidence.  We people love to see confidence; so much so that we seek to follow it.  Why is that do you suppose?  What does the image of confidence exude?  Confidence seems to be an indicator of…

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Value

May 17, 2014 by Daniel P. Clark

Freelancer; What’s your price?

In this day and age price point is a big question for many; both for those who are new in the field, and even the veterans who make an effort to stay up to date with the trends. What it comes down to are these factors: Market Research, Supply vs Demand, Quality, Niche, Qualifications, Estimated…

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