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View Post Upgrade to El Capitan, with Homebrew & Ruby.md

I upgraded to El Capitan, with Homebrew & Ruby, and this is how I did it flawlessly.

... and Xcode and Java, etc.

Prepare

If you don't already have homebrew installed, do that first, so you don't have to deal with SIP issues. Install all Software Updates available in the Apple Menu, up to and including El Capitan.

Hardware

@Gregg
Gregg / gist:968534
Created May 12, 2011 13:54
Code School Screencasting Framework
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Screencasting Framework

The following document is a written account of the Code School screencasting framework. It should be used as a reference of the accompanying screencast on the topic.

Why you should care about screencasting?

You're probably aren't going to take the time to read this document if you're not interested, but there are a lot of nice side effects caused by learning how to create quality screencasts.

  1. Communicating more effectively - At Envy Labs we produce screencasts for our clients all the time. Whether it's demoing a new feature or for a presentation for an invester, they're often much more effective and pleasent than a phone call or screen sharing.
@igrigorik
igrigorik / webapp.rb
Created November 13, 2010 21:28
Inspired by @JEG2's talk at Rubyconf... Any ruby object, as a webapp! 'Cause we can. :-)
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require 'rubygems'
require 'rack'
class Object
def webapp
class << self
define_method :call do |env|
func, *attrs = env['PATH_INFO'].split('/').reject(&:empty?)
[200, {}, send(func, *attrs)]
end