Ruby statement modifers behave differently than...
If you’re a Ruby guy or gal, you know about statement modifiers. They are lovely little bits of syntax that let us do stuff like: raise "You're an idiot" if params.nil? call_some_awesome_method unless it_was_already_called Which, we’ve all been told, is the exact same thing as doing: if params.nil? raise "You're an idiot" end unless it_was_already_called ...
"You're allowed to be frustrated"
A few days ago, Punchbowl launched Profiles. It’s something that has been in the spec pipe for a while, and we finally had the cycles to do it. I built the entire thing over the course of about a week, and on the day of the deploy I was pissed. A Most startups is are defined as a group of people doing something they have never done before. Can’t really escape that. It’s not...
If you want to be my friend on LinkedIn or...
I have all my social network email partitioned in GMail. Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn, Tumblr, etc…. All the emails from those services get labeled and auto-archived. So whenever I see Social Networks (1) in my list of labels indicating there is a new email in there, I always get a little excited. Is it a friend request from someone I haven’t heard from in a while who wants to tell...
thinking about heading to California Pizza Kitchen for a late lunch… mmm…
fire going. coffee brewing. music blasting. snow day @ home. awesome.
Not to be a downer, but you could die tomorrow. Dont spend it being a dick. ...– me