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[15:12:19] Aytan72: Lots of ruby extensions available https://marketplace.visualstudio.com/search?term=ruby&target=VSCode&category=All%20categories&sortBy=Relevance
[18:34:27] Aytan72: Still no sign of the RailsConf 2017 DHH keynote on confreaks. Anyone have a link to the video?
[03:35:18] Aytan72: Jon31: .includes eager loads the associated records, thus taking more time and memory
[03:40:30] Aytan72: Jon31: Is it loading a lot of data? It attempts to retrieve the associated record for each parent (600 times), so I would expect that to cause some additional query time.
[15:49:58] Aytan72: baweaver: Thanks! They uploaded days 2/3 but not 1. Hopefully they will post it later
[16:02:09] Aytan72: Well I connected with you on LinkedIn, keep in touch if anything changes for you or you know of someone else that's interested
[16:03:09] Aytan72: When I first started developing I was watching one of the senior devs work and I was amazed at how he was coding from memory
[16:03:24] Aytan72: Today I can do that too. I don't remember exactly when it happened but its pretty sweet.
[16:07:32] Aytan72: Once I realized that an interview is a two way conversation, things became much simpler and less intimidating
[16:10:42] Aytan72: I'll sell it a little more. Starting from scratch, cutting edge tech (latest version of rails, etc.) and building something new. Not another invoicing/billing system
[16:16:56] Aytan72: If anyone is interested, check out the link to the job description: https://www.upwork.com/jobs/~01501089c767dbc910
[16:31:40] Aytan72: It depends on what you might be listing. You may consider having a grouped_collection_select http://railscasts.com/episodes/88-dynamic-select-menus-revised
[18:21:00] Aytan72: Anyone experiment with Crystal lang here? Similar syntax to ruby https://crystal-lang.org/
[19:42:08] Aytan72: Any recommendation for setting up a mission critical micro service to handle processing data streams in a language faster than ruby? I would prefer to develop the main application in RoR.
[21:23:06] Aytan72: baweaver: In my project's context the data stream is XML that will be sent to my server at a given interval (every 10 seconds). And I should expect to process a bunch of data streams at once.
[20:34:40] Aytan72: I need some help with time zones. I mass import a CSV file with a date time, although it does not include the time zone. Example: 10/21/2015 00:00:00. It is now stored in the database in UTC. The time zone is set according to the latitude/longitude. How should I convert this time to UTC in the actual time zone?
[22:16:41] Aytan72: MTecknology: Looks like your migration failed because you are trying to create a duplicate column. The column is named "location"
[22:17:41] Aytan72: MTecknology: You can edit the migration file and remove the location column line. Then try to run db:migrate again
[22:45:45] Aytan72: MTecknology: Keep eliminating the errors one by one. Let me know if you run into issues
[22:54:36] Aytan72: MTecknology: the schema.rb file should only include columns that are currently part of your database schema
[00:23:42] Aytan72: Howdy! I'm working on a project for a client and ran into a possibly Ruby bug. Would anyone mind verifying please?
[00:28:32] Aytan72: I didn't see any activity :) I don't expect anyone to drop everything they do to help.
[00:31:22] Aytan72: Thank you for checking. Do you know how I can make the second hash not mimic changes to the first hash. Basically making the second hash independent.
[00:37:57] Aytan72: I understand. That's exactly the issue for me. I assumed that it would create a second object.
[00:38:51] Aytan72: Apply the same technique to a string. It will make a copy, and any changes to the original string will not be mimiced by the copied string.
[00:43:05] Aytan72: Defined as changes applied to the original hash will not be applied to the hash copy.