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Postgres 9.2 will include a native JSON datatype. In addition to verifying that the data stored in the field is valid JSON, there's also a couple of SQL functions that could be handy (array_to_json, and row_to_json).
There's a promising pull request for ActiveRecord to support the new json data type.
Our open source developers this week have submitted a pull request to rubygems.org to display a gem's license on the gem version's page.
Make sure you add a license to your gemspecs!
Gem::Specification.new do |s| s.license = "MIT" #.... end
Gem::Specification.new do |s| s.licenses = ["MIT", "BSD"] #.... end
Pull request: https://github.com/rubygems/rubygems.org/pull/458
Don't make a helper method called config in your rails app. It will blow up in your face.
This looks great for touch devices, but may not be obvious to users.
Try this URL for standup: http://lab.hakim.se/meny/?http://ny-whiteboard.herokuapp.com
Links within dropdowns which leverage data-* method's currently broken in Bootstrap 2.1.
There are many conceptual similarities between writing a mathematical proof and test driving a story. In this talk, I will explore these similarities in an effort to explain what is satisfying about TDD, and what makes it a great learning tool. Join us for lunch as Daniela previews her upcoming GoGaRuCo talk.
Daniela majored in Math, attended a Railsbridge, apprenticed at Pivotal SF and now is a developer at SharesPost.