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draffensperger / index.js
Last active Jan 1, 2020
Record Event to Google Sheets via Cloud Function
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// Records a event with a given timestamp to a google sheet
const { google } = require("googleapis");
exports.recordEvent = async (req, res) => {
if (!crypto.timingSafeEqual(Buffer.from(req.body.key),
Buffer.from(process.env.KEY)) {
return;
}
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draffensperger / EXAMPLE.md
Last active Dec 7, 2018
Tsickle intersection type unknown this
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We have some code that does a monkey-patch of a library function (maybe a bad design, but there may be other better examples of a similar pattern). The structure of the code looks about like this:

// This is code in a library
class Printer {
  value = 'b';

  print() {
    console.log(`value is ${this.value}`);
  }
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draffensperger / WORKSPACE
Created Dec 5, 2018
Minimal example of Go import conflicts for `go_proto_library`
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workspace(name = "test_proto")
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draffensperger / google_sheets_task_scheduler.js
Created Apr 19, 2016
Task scheduler code for Google sheets
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function onInstall(e) {
onOpen();
}
function onOpen(e) {
SpreadsheetApp.getUi().createAddonMenu()
.addItem('Recalculate schedule', 'use')
.addToUi();
}
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draffensperger / explanation.md
Last active Oct 9, 2015
Why find_each(batch_size: 1) is helpful if objects reference lots of memory and operations are long.
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In MPDX, the Google Contacts sync job takes a long time and the google accounts loop to sync each job could benefit from find_each(batch_size: 1). Basically it seems likes find_each pulls in the records in batches and then saves them in an array to enumerate through. Here's a comparison of the memory results with different batch_sizes that I did using a similar, but contrived MemHungry model. To setup, first do 6.times { MemHungry.create }.

Using the default batch_size of 1000 the memory at the end reflecs all 6 objects and the RAM they hold onto:

[1] pry(main)> MemHungry.all.find_each { |m| puts m.id; m.eat_memory; }
  MemHungry Load (0.5ms)  SELECT  "mem_hungries".* FROM "mem_hungries"   ORDER BY "mem_hungries"."id" ASC LIMIT 1000
1
Memory before GC: 112.63671875
Memory before allocation: 159.90234375
Memory after allocation: 1759.90234375
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draffensperger / job_duplicate_checker.rb
Created Mar 31, 2015
Sidekiq job duplicate checker
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module JobDuplicateChecker
def duplicate_job?(*args)
job_in_retries?(args) || older_job_running?(args)
end
private
def older_job_running?(args)
workers = Sidekiq::Workers.new
self_worker = workers.find { |_, _, work| work['payload']['jid'] == jid }
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draffensperger / keybase.md
Last active Aug 29, 2015
keybase.io Github verification Gits
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  • I am draffensperger on github.
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draffensperger / s3_deply_snippet.rb
Created Jan 26, 2014
S3 Deployment Code (initial start)
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def each_file()
Dir.glob("**/*") do |file|
yield file unless File.directory? file
end
end
def file_md5_name(file)
ext = File.extname file
digest = Digest::MD5.base64digest File.read file
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draffensperger / Rakefile
Last active Jan 2, 2016
The Octopress Rakefile I use for my blog at davidraff.com. It serves CSS Source Maps under the :preview task.
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require "rubygems"
require "bundler/setup"
require "stringex"
## -- Rsync Deploy config -- ##
# Be sure your public key is listed in your server's ~/.ssh/authorized_keys file
ssh_user = "user@domain.com"
ssh_port = "22"
document_root = "~/website.com/"
rsync_delete = false
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draffensperger / fuzzy_name_lookup.bas
Last active Jan 10, 2018
Excel VBA module for fuzzy lookup (via Levenshtein distance) for a person id by first name and last name in a person range that has first, last, full and id fields.
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Option Explicit
Private Type PersonQuery
firstName As String
lastName As String
fullName As String
firstNames As Range
lastNames As Range
fullNames As Range
namesSwapped As Boolean
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