- here’s how Prof. Brian Belet and I made a web audio soundscape from the sounds of birds being seen near you recently hacks.mozilla.org/2015/02/birdso… 3 days ago
- Congrats to @jhugman and @juliandoesstuff for @turoio, a totally cool approach to doing maths with units attached. turo.io 2 weeks ago
- please consider supporting #NetNeutrality by signing this petition: mzl.la/1K55aRm 3 weeks ago
Monthly Archives: March 2011
RubyOnAles2011 was a blast! In addition to getting in some serious hacking with JQuery, Rails, and the eBird API, I got to meet some cool ruby people, hang out in the cozy environs of the Old St. Francis School, and … Continue reading
In this timeless essay about how developers typically approach implementing a standard or specification, Mark Pilgrim mercilessly divides us developers into Morons and Assholes. I imagine you don’t want to chose one or the other, but after reading what he … Continue reading
In his recent post “Data-Rich Development”, Michael Feathers talks about supplementing the recent emphasis on incremental design through TDD with a longer-term perspective gained through analyzing changes to the codebase over time. As a budding source code miner myself, I … Continue reading
Next up for me is a quick jaunt up to Bend, Oregon for Ruby On Ales 2011. I’m a Rails enthusiast but haven’t really connected with the Rails community until now. Really looking forward to it!