Posts tagged ‘development

Working with time zones in Rails sometimes requires a bit knowledge and persistence to get it right; I learned that this is something you can easily do wrong. Ask a random Ruby developer to get today’s Date. He will most likely respond with And what about the current time? He’ll probably say Both […]

Check and clean git stashes with dates

Posted on: Tuesday, Jun 14, 2016

When working with git stashes, your stash list may get filled with old savepoints from the past. This surely happens when you do not pop the stashes when using them. At one point, you may want to clean this list of stashes and check how old the stashes actually are to make sure they can […]

Blackjack on the web

Posted on: Monday, Mar 24, 2014

In week 3 of the Ruby on Rails online bootcamp I had to remake the Blackjack game using the web framework, Sinatra. As this would be the third time making the Blackjack game, that game logic wasn’t that much of a problem anymore. However, getting used to Sinatra and suddenly making a web application proved to […]

Maker’s Schedule, Manager’s Schedule

Posted on: Tuesday, Mar 11, 2014

As recommend by my TA, Chris Lee, in one of his previous live sessions, over at Tealeaf Academy, I read the article ‘Maker’s Schedule, Manager’s Schedule’ today. I must say, it was a halleluja moment. Finally it all made sense how hard it is to concentrate on the development work now and then. As a […]