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[01:19:42] baweaver: havenwood: a thought: Array-like methods applied to a wrapper class that intercepts and changes its render on iteration
[02:32:55] baweaver: havenwood: Is something like this in the bug tracker yet?: https://gist.github.com/baweaver/70cdeee5170f4a1b48b6b8c83858a498
[03:35:50] baweaver: weilawei: This might help if you want examples: https://dev.to/baweaver/decorating-ruby-part-three-prepending-decoration-1ehc
[07:22:44] baweaver: Context is king, and most of the time I know what the code does but not why I made a certain assumption
[07:23:17] baweaver: It might be some giant pitfall or bug I don't remember, and changing it to what makes more sense could be real dangerous
[02:31:19] baweaver: The lemurs are headed back to RubyConf this year: https://twitter.com/keystonelemur/status/1169314993000439808
[05:39:04] baweaver: and learning some of the fundamentals or expanding on them will help you more in the long run
[08:28:04] baweaver: I kinda wonder if we should try and coax core into adopting another HTTP standard in 3.x
[06:13:16] baweaver: Part Three on Decorating Ruby is out: https://dev.to/baweaver/decorating-ruby-part-three-prepending-decoration-1ehc
[04:35:47] baweaver: Put up a JS article for fun: https://dev.to/baweaver/of-a-higher-order-map-filter-reduce-49f6
[07:42:18] baweaver: or, more accurately, the trouble one would have to go through to make it as such would be far beyond overkill and would be very slow to work with.
[07:43:23] baweaver: What you think to be common sense and necessity may very well make no sense to people who work in the language frequently
[05:58:17] baweaver: New article out on method decoration in Ruby: https://dev.to/baweaver/decorating-ruby-part-1-symbol-method-decoration-4po2
[18:21:40] baweaver: Rails 6.0.0 has now been released: https://twitter.com/dhh/status/1162426045405921282
[22:24:47] baweaver: Such as what the script is, what code it has, if they've tested where the bottleneck is..
[22:10:45] baweaver: Going to be giving a keynote at Bay Bridge Ruby Conf in September: https://twitter.com/keystonelemur/status/1158843268135702529
[05:28:01] baweaver: If anyone wants to see how an illustrated talk of mine is made: https://dev.to/baweaver/how-it-s-made-tales-of-the-ruby-grimoire-2lgp
[21:23:24] baweaver: "Tales of the Ruby Grimoire - The Storybook Edition" is now complete! Enjoy this text version of my latest conference talk.
[14:54:46] baweaver: They need to appreciate the majestic oration that is a lemur talk to its fullest
[20:08:39] baweaver: &>> require 'set'; class String; TRUTHY = Set.new('true', 't') def to_bool; TRUTHY.include?(self) end; end; 'true'.to_bool
[20:08:50] baweaver: &>> require 'set'; class String; TRUTHY = Set.new('true', 't'); def to_bool; TRUTHY.include?(self) end; end; 'true'.to_bool
[20:09:07] baweaver: &>> require 'set'; class String; TRUTHY = Set.new(['true', 't']); def to_bool; TRUTHY.include?(self) end; end; 'true'.to_bool
[07:45:09] baweaver: So begins "The Tales of the Ruby Grimoire" - https://twitter.com/keystonelemur/status/1154626799105527809
[21:53:10] baweaver: https://support.hackerrank.com/hc/en-us/articles/219617888-Using-STDIN-for-inputs-and-STDOUT-for-outputs
[06:47:55] baweaver: Going to do a quick test drawing over on twitch.tv/baweaver to test the setup before tomorrow's marathon. Starting in a minute.
[20:14:22] baweaver: The same talk was given at RubyConf (as rubyHack) so not much point in doubling back to that one
[03:33:57] baweaver: Decided to give it a whirl since it was made on an ALPS64 instead of needing a whole ton of conversion kits
[03:34:41] baweaver: But so far the board looks to be in good shape except for one key needing a spring swap that they'd mentioned in the trade
[07:40:53] baweaver: Those two properties are called Identity (empty) and Closure (binary operation to join, returns same type)
[07:41:20] baweaver: Add one more property, Associativity, and you have a Monoid. Associativity is being able to group them as long as the order stays the same
[07:43:10] baweaver: Granted that Integer addition has a few more properties to it that make it into something entirely different called an Abelian Group
[07:46:29] baweaver: Mostly recognizing patterns. If data behaves a certain way we can work with it in predefined methods