Category Archives: Ruby

Replacing SimpleCov

After fighting with simplecov for a little longer that I would like to admit; was attempting to get it to start analyzing a group of files that were the meat and potatoes of my application(Golaith application). Unfortunately none of the … Continue reading

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Stop Being Lazy and Learn Haml… or another Templating Engine

The desire to write familiar view code, similar to the same html you were writing to support your shitty LAMP apps is completely understandable but it’s time to move on from the glory days.. There seems to be this idea … Continue reading

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