One of the more complicated Ruby/Rails projects we work with at Highgroove has many points where it interacts directly with the filesystem.
“With all of the people doing this, why hasn’t anyone ever just made a …”
At Highgroove Studios, we’re hyperspecialists in Ruby on Rails web application development. Not only do we write amazingly complicated code on time and on budget, but we follow up all our work with tests so we know our code works.
This week’s Tech Talk was on Monday because of the holidays. This is a recurring Tech Talk we’ve done before, and one of my favorites.
At rubyhoedown, the inimitable Jim Weirich gave an awesome presentation on using the debugger in ruby. Before his new found respect for the ruby debugger, Jim told us that puts statements worked just fine for him.
At Highgroove, we like using the right tool for the job, but we also don’t like getting too bogged down in thinking about what we should use. We recently switched our internal company chat from Skype to Campfire, but it wasn’t a just simple switch to flip.