Last few weeks Thoughtbot publish lots of really stupid (
gsub syntax manual; are you serious?) articles (WTF is Best practice: index every boolean column) in their blog. And yesterdays article about tailing your Rails log is the absolute leader, it’s freaking awesome. Hey guys, I’m waiting for other articles in this series: “@ in attribute names, what does it mean?”, “
else statement usage best practices for Ruby on Rails senior developers”, “how to install a gem”.
Hey robots, we have a reply to your outstanding articles: A wonderful way to list your project files. Please read it carefully, you definitely will find something useful for you! Thanks to @labria for his great exploration.
There was a lot of articles about HTML5 last days, so when Alexey Kovyrin asked me to help him with his new blog design I saw no other choice but using HTML5. There are a lot of new features added since HTML4, and some of them could be used today, like new elements
<section>, etc. I think this is a nice addition to the HTML, because these elements add more sense to an unstructured markup. There is a buzzword “semantic” exists to describe this, but I don’t like buzzwords, so I would call it “sense”. So what features we could get from HTML5, that are supported by all modern browsers?
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My best friend Alexey Kovyrin founded new blog — Homo-Adminus Blog. As he mentioned in our conversation this blog was intended for improve his english skills. I think we’ll find many interesting news and ideas on this page.
Here You will be able to read my notes about my admin’s life, about some interesting news in IT world, maybe some links to interesting web resources.