Tag: rails

Learning one layer above and below

Many years back I heard from somewhere that you should learn one layer above and below where you do most of your work. This was specifically for programming and implied your programming stack. For example, I do a lot of work in Ruby on Rails which is a server-side framework. What I learned then was: …

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Run rake tasks in emacs with rinari

I use emacs and rinari when I’m working on ChiliProject. I learned from reading Continuous Testing is that I should be able to run all of my tests with a single key command in an IDE. Unfortunately, ChiliProject’s full test suite takes about 20 minutes to run on my desktop (a whole different problem I’ll be …

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