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2019-01-04

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[09:11:12] mutantkeyboard: Do you guys use Ruby for anything other than Rails?
[09:54:46] mutantkeyboard: paul I've used haa
[09:55:54] mutantkeyboard: But was more like a general question. I come from a lower-level development (C++ middleware services), and just decided to replace the previous Python glue code with Ruby, so that's where the question comes from

2019-01-03

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2015-11-23

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[10:48:20] mutantkeyboard: What would be the best way to implement access levels? I know there was a CanCan, but Ryan hasn't updated it in a long time.
[10:50:23] mutantkeyboard: @tbuehlmann I will have a look. thank you
[10:53:27] mutantkeyboard: Oh my goodness. How didn't I find this before? Thank you guys.
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2015-11-22

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[21:13:18] mutantkeyboard: guys does anyone have any experience with creating booking calendars? I need to use one on my curernt project and I'm kind of divided whether to bake some "in house" solution, or use an existing one. Any advice is appreciated.
[21:38:09] mutantkeyboard: it's just a different approach of solving things
[21:40:37] mutantkeyboard: @zacts try to look at this way. If you have a fixed set of operation on things use OOP, but if you have a fixed set of things, and you need a new operation on these, use FP
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