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[21:38:43] cseder: Learning Ruby is best accomplished with a good book: https://www.manning.com/books/the-well-grounded-rubyist-second-edition Best buy I've done in a while
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2017-07-05

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[18:23:40] cseder: Hi! I have the "Pickaxe" book for Ruby 1.9 in paper form. They've released a 4th edition that covers 1.9 and 2.0. Are there so many differences between 1.9 and 2.0 that it warrants purchasing the 4th edition?
[18:25:27] cseder: havenwood dminuoso ok, thanks. I'll order that then. I'm going to jail for a couple of months, so I need something to study! :(
[18:25:53] cseder: damned alcohol
[18:26:57] cseder: havenwood have it!
[18:32:01] cseder: rapha better get the 1707 version!
[18:32:16] cseder: co authored by ada lovelace
[19:49:49] cseder: Is Test::Unit widely used and worth learning, or do most people use RSpec for both Ruby and Rails testing?
[19:51:14] cseder: apeiros why don't you like it?
[19:51:46] cseder: apeiros I see
[19:52:40] cseder: apeiros and test::unit is better in that way?
[19:53:26] cseder: apeiros is it the same as the one included by default in rails?
[19:54:32] cseder: apeiros I meant, when you start a new rails project it generates test stubs, is this using test::unit?
[19:55:03] cseder: the generators in rails
[19:57:21] cseder: apeiros rails generators create minitest stubs from ActiveSupport, so guess it's not the same animal
[20:08:32] cseder: Test::Unit was the built in Ruby testing library but is considered dead (development has ceased). It has been superceeded by Minitest. according to a so post
[20:11:17] cseder: So if minitest is pure ruby and it is default with rails generators, I'm sold on minitest
[20:49:09] cseder: If I want to start a freelance business using RoR as the main technology, what are the options for finding hosting providers that has RoR hosting options? Is it best to choose something like Heroku PaaS and deliver on that platform, or does it exist less complex alternatives for just plain webhosting for RoR?
[20:55:41] cseder: Papierkorb yeah, I guess... It would probably be the best alternative for other environments as well, not just RoR. I've gone all in on learning Ruby and Rails, even though as I plan on doing freelance work, I see that the demand for PHP is much larger on sites like freelancer.com, but I like Ruby better than PHP and even though I've worked as a developer using C# for desktop applications I'm not tempted to go the Asp.net route.

2017-07-03

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[15:02:25] cseder: good evening
[18:57:18] cseder: anybody else having trouble installing the pg gem on the latest os x?
[18:57:35] cseder: anybody else having trouble installing the pg gem on the latest os x?
[18:58:26] cseder: apeiros yes, I had to install postgres via brew first to get it working
[18:59:07] cseder: But I usually just install Postgres.app and never had any trouble installing pg gem until now
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2017-05-08

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[16:41:20] cseder: Hi! I'm working through a Ruby book, trying to learn, but in this example: https://gist.github.com/cseder/c2433ebb94e072531a7d62ae8cfefd12 Do I in effect override the built in String class?
[16:43:02] cseder: canton7 is this what is called a mixin?
[16:44:50] cseder: But I don't declare that I'm extending anything, so if I just "add" to the String class, how come I don't have to mention that I do and create overridden functions from String
[16:45:32] cseder: It just magically gives String a frequency counter function?
[16:49:49] cseder: ljarvis so if this adds functionality to a class, what is it called if it's not a "mixin"?
[16:50:57] cseder: ah, ok, didn't see it, didn't tag my name
[16:51:51] cseder: so is this a common way of extending classes in Ruby or is it a better way?
[16:52:18] cseder: ljarvis right
[16:53:09] cseder: monkey-patching sounds like something one should avoid...
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2017-05-07

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2017-05-06

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[17:02:42] cseder: good evening fellow gem diggers
[17:04:19] cseder: Can't believe that not all people use their Saturdays for coding in Ruby ;)
[17:05:28] cseder: Same SeepingN
[17:08:22] cseder: I've been taxing back and forth picking up my MacBook from service, just to discover it was still not working as it should, so had to return it again and now it's already evening here in timezone#relative and I have tons of stuff to finish...
[17:08:56] cseder: have to complain somewhere
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[22:47:53] cseder: I'm just considering different options and I'm just learning ruby and rails. Heroku seems like a pretty good option for a startup, by reducing efforts involved in infrastructure, but will it scale well independent of server location?
[22:51:09] cseder: leitz Was thinking more about Heroku as a platform to deploy apps to, does it scale well if audience is spread across the globe?
[22:51:38] cseder: ie not in the US
[22:55:07] cseder: Was thinking about stuff such as server response performance, network routes, nodes etc
[22:55:20] cseder: for the Heroku service
[23:03:05] cseder: thats logical coderphive
[23:05:23] cseder: I see that many businesses both large and small use Heroku with success (if I can believe the hype), so I guess it's a good way to go. I agree on the statements regarding proper coding as the main source of scalability
[23:06:11] cseder: Been programming in different languages for many years as a job, and I've seen alot
[23:07:46] cseder: Ruby is really fun to learn. It has so many fast workarounds for stuff that's cumbersome in other languages. And beautiful support for blocks / lambdas and metaprogramming
[23:08:16] cseder: Can't wait to code a real life application in it

2017-05-04

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[20:40:16] cseder: you need to post sample code kegster
[20:40:49] cseder: kegster so this is jRuby?
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2017-05-03

[19:58:17] cseder: railsconf 2017?
[19:58:36] cseder: any news?
[20:00:45] cseder: bunniez sounds like a $path issue
[20:05:33] cseder: bunniez did you get it to run?
[20:06:22] cseder: bunniez if you do `which ruby`
[20:08:03] cseder: bunniez it should show ~/.rvm/rubies/ruby_version_here/bin/ruby
[20:09:32] cseder: bunniez try: rvm use ruby-2.4.1
[20:10:54] cseder: oh... I use zsh on a mac, so here stuff just works. ;)
[20:14:22] cseder: bunniez didn't think it was so hard getting ruby installed and running with RVM, so sorry, I just do rvm install ruby-2.4.1 in zsh shell, and it takes a while to compile and then use the 'rvm use' command
[20:14:54] cseder: bunniez get a mac! (kidding)
[20:15:39] cseder: bunniez yay! good work. Now start using zsh for the ultimate shell environment! :)
[20:16:04] cseder: bunniez I hear you
[20:16:53] cseder: bunniez check out http://ohmyz.sh
[20:18:42] cseder: bunniez very nice with the zsh git plugins and stuff
[20:25:43] cseder: bunniez it's a smooth ride from bash to zsh. Most commands are identical, but the completion and plugins and stuff is much nicer in zsh imho
[20:26:37] cseder: hxegon isn't this what bundler is good at?
[20:27:16] cseder: http://bundler.io/v1.5/gemfile.html
[20:33:10] cseder: bunniez no problem! Have a blast learning zsh, it's sweet
[21:32:47] cseder: If you are new to Ruby and want to understand one of the most important part of the language (blocks) spend $25 on this Pragmatic Programmers video course: https://pragmaticstudio.com/ruby-blocks

2017-05-02

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