- Mom, if I ever need a machine to be alive please disconnect it. - If that is your will... - What are you doing? Not the router!!!
the new mayor of Madrid has hired awesome devs instead of throwing money into bullshit firms => they are in GitHub github.com/AyuntamientoMa…
Rails 4.2 is going to ship with builtin support for FK constraints, please round of applause for @yves_senn
estimations in software are like the horoscope, they still exist and the illusion that they work somehow survives the evidence
when you read about Spanish and productivity stop using the word "siesta", as if the country halted after lunch, listen: that is false
Module#include is public in Ruby 2.1, no more sends! bugs.ruby-lang.org/issues/8846
there are only 10 SEO experts in the world: the ones not in the top ten results for "SEO expert" need yet to work on their "expertise"
I have been paying the rails docs server from my wallet all these years, no sponsors or adds whatsoever, and will do it as long as I can
someone in NASA has written to core to say they are using Rails in some critical application at KSC in Florida, nice news to start the day
TIL: with "--require spec_helper" in the project .rspec there's no need to require spec_helper.rb in spec files
the new king of Spain is going to be Felipe VI, to the dismay of Emacs users
Ruby on Rails was a revolution because it was a masterful simplification, in your app strive to emulate its principles
periodic reminder that resources are conceptual in REST, unrelated to database rows or anything like that
the key question nobody asks to programmers when doing a job interview is "do you read books?"
lack of new developments means stagnation for some, new features means bloat for others - summary: do whatever the fuck you want
Array.new_array_please # => , now that's polite programming (via @tenderlove)