On Ruby Keyword Args, Structs, Splat, and Double Splat Operators (Oh My!): Dissecting an Approach to Solving a Coding Challenge I Encountered in the Wild
Responsible Monkey Patching of Ruby Methods: Steps for Patching in a Responsible Manner
That Time When the Only Test and Development Environment Was Production: If You Can Habitualize One Thing as a Developer It Is Create Quick Feedback Loops
Core Pirates of Drinax: Session 1: A Letter of Marque from a Court Now Primed for Intrigue
@hectorcorrea I have long maintained that we should be modeling how we model our data repositories; not modeling our data repositories. To provide for lazy migration and reification based on the "function" we used to write the data to persistence. But alas "that's hard" so instead I saw folks spend time writing concrete models.
On Gathering an Online Group for Gaming: Following up on a Reader Submitted Question
"DayTrippers GameMaster Guide" by Tod Foley: An Impressive Book Furthering the Art of the RPG
Burning Locusts: Session 12: Asking Campaign Questions Around the Game Table
Burning Locusts: Session 11: Further Attempts to Track Down an Elusive Insurrectionist
@kensanata There was a sarcastic/facetious quote on a Ruby XML parser (Nokogiri):
"XML is like violence, if it's not working, you're not using enough of it."
Burning Wheel's Factions Doctrines and Rituals from the Anthology: A Quick Exercise to Further Flesh Out the Campaign
Application Exception Handling in Rails: A Quick Tour through (Some of the) Layers of Propagation
@kensanata agreed, the ideas that they bring are unique and their problem solving is fresh and amazing.
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