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tadast / syntax_highlighting.py
Created Nov 28, 2012 — forked from JeanMertz/syntax_highlighting.py
Ruby on Rails syntax highlight switcher for Sublime Text 2
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# Forked from https://gist.github.com/925008
# Makes it work with Ruby on Rails snippets
# https://github.com/tadast/sublime-rails-snippets#sublime-text-2-rails-snippets
import sublime, sublime_plugin
import os
class DetectFileTypeCommand(sublime_plugin.EventListener):
""" Detects current file type if the file's extension isn't conclusive """
""" Modified for Ruby on Rails and Sublime Text 2 """
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tadast / .irbrc
Created May 6, 2013
easy rails route scanning in Rails console
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# Put this in your ~/.irbrc for easy rails route scanning
#
# Usage:
# > routes
# => prints all routes
# > routes /GET.*user/i
# => prints routes matching a given regex
# > routes "user"
# => matches strings as well
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tadast / Alphasights_technical_challenge.md
Last active Nov 27, 2020
A technical challenge we give to our Ruby on Rails applicants in order to evaluate their coding proficiency.Job description: http://www.alphasights.com/positions/ruby-developer-london or http://www.alphasights.com/positions/ruby-developer-new-york
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Update: I no longer work for the company and this challenge is no longer used, but I'll leave the gist here in case people want to practice.

Alphasights Technical Challenge

Using Ruby on Rails we would like you to create a simple expert search tool. The application should fulfill the requirements below. The source code must be placed in a public repo on GitHub. The application should be deployable on Heroku.

  • I enter a name and a personal website address and a member is created.
  • When a member is created, all the heading (h1-h3) values are pulled in from the website to that members profile.
  • The website url is shortened (e.g. using http://goo.gl)
  • After the member has been added, I can define their friendships with other existing members. Friendships are bi-directional i.e. If Sasha is a friend of Ash, Ash is always a friend of Sasha as well.
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tadast / gist:6038585
Last active Dec 19, 2015
turbolinks sparkles
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tadast / countries_codes_and_coordinates.csv
Last active Nov 28, 2020
Countries with their (ISO 3166-1) Alpha-2 code, Alpha-3 code, UN M49, average latitude and longitude coordinates
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Country Alpha-2 code Alpha-3 code Numeric code Latitude (average) Longitude (average)
Afghanistan AF AFG 4 33 65
Albania AL ALB 8 41 20
Algeria DZ DZA 12 28 3
American Samoa AS ASM 16 -14.3333 -170
Andorra AD AND 20 42.5 1.6
Angola AO AGO 24 -12.5 18.5
Anguilla AI AIA 660 18.25 -63.1667
Antarctica AQ ATA 10 -90 0
Antigua and Barbuda AG ATG 28 17.05 -61.8
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tadast / arsample.rb
Created Mar 20, 2014
ActiveRecord#sample for postgres
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class ActiveRecord::Base
def self.sample
order('random()').first
end
end
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tadast / ssl_puma.sh
Last active Nov 19, 2020 — forked from trcarden/gist:3295935
localhost SSL with puma
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# 1) Create your private key (any password will do, we remove it below)
$ cd ~/.ssh
$ openssl genrsa -des3 -out server.orig.key 2048
# 2) Remove the password
$ openssl rsa -in server.orig.key -out server.key
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tadast / hash_wat.rb
Last active Aug 29, 2015
ruby **options inconsistency
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def foo(a, *b, **c)
[a, b, c]
end
=> :foo
[16] » foo 10, {d: 40, e: 50}
=> [
[0] 10,
[1] [],
[2] {
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tadast / quotes_scrum_xp.md
Created May 27, 2014
Quotes from Scrum and XP from the Trenches by Henrik Kniberg
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Scrum and XP from the Trenches by Henrik Kniberg

Disclaimer: exported by readmill in no particular order :(

If the product owner has a technical background he might add stories such as “Add indexes to the Events table”. Why does he wa nt this? The real underlying goal is probably something like “speed u p the search event form in the back office

The distinction is quite simple. Stories are deliver able stuff that the product owner cares about. Tasks are non-deliverable stuff, or stuff that the product owner doesn’t care about.

Normally the product owner starts the meeting by summarizing his goal for the sprint and the most important stories. Next , the team goes through and time-estimates each story, starting with the most important one. As they do this, they will come up with important scope questions – “does this ‘delete user’ story include going through each pending transaction for that user and canceling it?’” In some cases the answers will be surprising to the team, prompting them to change

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tadast / activesupport_offsets.rb
Created Jun 17, 2014
ActiveSupport::Timezone offsets
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{
"American Samoa" => -11,
"International Date Line West" => -11,
"Midway Island" => -11,
"Hawaii" => -10,
"Alaska" => -9,
"Pacific Time (US & Canada)" => -8,
"Tijuana" => -8,
"Arizona" => -7,
"Chihuahua" => -7,
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