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2016-06-30

[09:08:18] [ace]: *.net *.split

2016-06-22

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2016-06-15

[16:10:07] [ace]: the rescue should be at the end of the method then
[16:10:14] [ace]: well, just use return then
[16:10:50] [ace]: can you get whoever did the code review in this channel?

2016-06-05

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2016-04-17

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2016-04-15

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2016-03-07

[05:38:19] [ace]: a.index {|x| x.eql? 2 }
[05:38:25] [ace]: >> a.index {|x| x.eql? 2.0 }
[05:38:57] [ace]: not sure if it should be eql? or equal?, but you get the idea

2016-03-03

[03:26:39] [ace]: Remote host closed the connection

2016-02-26

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2016-01-31

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2016-01-20

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2016-01-11

[23:28:18] [ace]: if you want to get rid of the .to_h and reduce the noisy-ness of the map, you could assign the group_by result to a var and then use update

2015-12-13

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2015-12-02

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2015-11-29

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2015-10-14

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2015-09-17

[00:39:19] [ace]: BraddPitt: http://blog.jdwyah.com/2009/12/decrypting-ruby-aes-encryption.html
[00:39:32] [ace]: it's literally string concat to prepend and slice to remove
[00:39:52] [ace]: be aware this only provides confidentiality of the data, not integrity
[00:41:32] [ace]: BraddPitt: any chance you can just use https://github.com/cryptosphere/rbnacl ?

2015-09-16

[23:43:13] [ace]: BraddPitt: IV is fine to be stored with the ciphertext, commonly as the first block
[23:43:44] [ace]: and yes, every time you encrypt you should use a different IV or you lose the benefit of having an IV
[23:45:29] [ace]: BraddPitt: put it with the ciphertext
[23:45:35] [ace]: then you don't have that problem
[23:47:53] [ace]: https://encrypted.google.com/search?num=100&q=prepend%20iv%20to%20ciphertext

2015-09-07

[02:03:10] [ace]: question time! i'm working on a small library i want to interact with from irb.
[02:03:33] [ace]: in the module should "def self.blah"+include or "def blah"+extend
[02:04:43] [ace]: i see include "gives access"
[02:04:47] [ace]: and extend copies
[02:04:52] [ace]: ACTION looks up prepend
[02:05:58] [ace]: pipework: oh sorry. I'm trying
[02:06:08] [ace]: the include/extend is what I do from the irb prompt
[02:10:51] [ace]: al2o3-cr: what do you mean about "all about scope" ?
[02:10:56] [ace]: pipework: i'm working a tiny gist now

2015-06-20

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2015-06-03

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