After a long period of dormancy, I have made some much needed updates for the dgen project.
Announcing a new release of the gbud project.
A quick tutorial on several changes that I made on my blog as I upgraded both Bootstrap (to 4, beta) and Rails (to 5.1).
Ruby is a great tool for performing repetitive tasks programmatically. Although many prefer using shell scripting for tasks such as renaming a directory of files, I personally opt for Ruby's ease of use and expressiveness. This article covers how you can easily rename a directory of files.
This short article was written as I restored postgres on my local machine after a major version upgrade. There is undoubtedly a correct way to do this that I probably overlooked, but here's the quick hack that I came up with.
This article demonstrates the benefits of using a REPL to increase your efficiency when developing software in the Ruby ecosystem.