Monthly Archives: February 2011

Momentum on Rails

It happened.  I don’t know when it happened.  It could have been yesterday, it could have been last week, but I can finally say I’ve caught momentum learning rails. When digging into a new skill outside of work, it’s hard. … Continue reading

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Deceptive Ruby Learning

Like I said in my previous post, I decided to jump at whatever chance I can get to work with ruby in my day job.  And sure enough, this week I was tasked to update some ruby code for an … Continue reading

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Automated Testing: What Is It Really Good For?

We all know the value of automated testing.  When I first saw it in college, it was to show how well we can validate our code’s completeness.  You got marks off for if your code didn’t pass the professor’s automated … Continue reading

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Stomping Around in Ruby Land

Since my last post, I’ve been working primarily with ruby on rails like I said I would.  I have to admit working with ruby on rails has made me excited about web development again. I especially like the book I … Continue reading

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