View psqlrc_config.md

in .psqlrc, I've got:

\set PROMPT1 '\n%[%033[1;31;40m%] ➤ %[%033[32m%]psql%033[36m%]%/ %[%033[K%]%[%033[0m%]\n\n%[%033[1;33m%]%#%[%033[0m%] '
\set PROMPT2 '%[%033[1;33m%]%##%[%033[0m%] '
\timing
\set HISTSIZE 2000


\set alldata 'SELECT * FROM '
View zsh_setup.md
View setting_expectations.markdown

Due Thursday 4/20

Setting Group Expectations

Group Member Names:

  • Seth
  • Chris
  • Josh
View learning_how_to_learn.md

Learning is cool.

Learning how to learn is a super power.

Lets look at the lense of learning a new language:

At the most tactical level, we would be studying the language itself. Reading a children's book in the target language, or making and studying flashcards.

At a higher level, we would be considering how we can best study the language. Flash cards? Reading children's books in the foreign language? Passive or active learning? etc.

View tour_of_d3_for_clueless_folks_like_me.md
View how_to_alias_ap_inside_irb.md

TL;DR

I'd like to alias awesome_print + the _ command in rails console to pp. In other words, I'd like pp[return] to function the same as ap _[return].

Context

As I'm spending more and more time in a rails console session, I'd like to be able to use awesome print to regularly evaluate objects.

I know I can enter ap _ at any time to return the prior object in awesome_print's sweet formatting, but I want to map ap _ to pp.

it takes six keystrokes (including return) to hit ap _, but only three for pp. The problem is, I couldn't figure out a way to alias this inside of my .irbrc.

View weekend_practice.md
View git_commits_for_mastery.md

To master anything, we need to build mental models, and build some habits around using those mental models.

For example, the first time you set up a ruby file with testing, you probably had to refer to something to come up with the right file structure.

Lets say you have dragon.rb:

class Dragon
  # maybe some attr_readers
View GIS_maps_interest.md

I've loved maps for ages, and am captivated by the visual dispaly of information.

Here's a running brain dump.

So far this contains:

  • Interesting articles, experts, people, github repos
  • My projects to deepen my knowledge

People, programs, projects of note