Hello my dear readers!
Today is something I would call quite an event in my life. I've made a Ruby gem
of my own! It's called Classy Filter, and it's a library
for performing filtering in an object-oriented, class-based, configurable
Here's a quick little example of usage.
Hello once again dear readers!
Sorry for missing the last week's roundup. I'm kinda contemplating on making
these things bi-weekly, for a variety of reasons.
That said, this week absolutely cannot be missed, and that's why:
RailsClub happened yesterday!
So this roundup will mostly revolve around Ruby and Ruby on …
Hello again dear readers! I've decided to do some shorter, more link-heavy
technical roundups each week, both to write more often and to give some air to
libraries, articles and problems that I find interesting but that don't deserve
a post of their own.
So this week:
To start off, I'm not dead. At least I think so. And I'd like to talk about
what happened to me during this month.
First of all, there was the final of my "trial period". If anyone doesn't
know, a trial period is the period after someone enters a new …
Well, first thing's first. Sorry for the massive delay on the D3.js tutorials.
I hope to release the next one this weekend, although with the upcoming holiday
(the International Women's Day
is pretty popular in Russia and is an official day off too) I might be a …