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Playr - The Ruby Music Manager

A while back I started to learn Ruby. When I learn something I have to be actively working with it. That’s why I started Playr. The goal was to create a webapp that could manage music. After a month I got a basic webapp that you could upload music to and queue up music, and after a little more work, I actually got it to play music.

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The Perfect Dev Setup on OS X Lion 10.7

A while back, I upgraded my work computer to Lion. Instead of doing a normal install, I installed Lion onto a flash drive and did a clean install. This gave me a chance to make my system exactly how I wanted it. I managed to get an almost perfect development setup. When my laptop’s Ruby install got a little funny, I decided to do a clean install of Lion and follow the same setup, and document it set by set this time.

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My Adventures With Ruby

A couple weeks ago, as I was finishing up my TFD v2, I started to look at learning another language. After deciding between Python and Ruby, I went with Ruby.

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Using Git Commit Messages As Your Changelog

I love git. It’s a powerful tool that I keep discovering new commands for. Pair git with GitHub and you’ve got a near perfect way to manage code.

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Tea-Fueled Does

Editor’s Note: Since posting this, Tea-Fueled Does has been deprecated. We recommend to check out Symfony or Laravel. These are awesome and modern PHP frameworks.

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