Picks / what the vienna.rb team thinks is worth sharing this week
In a little series on this website we’ll entertain YOU with our picks - or: what we think is worth sharing - every week. Books, articles, gems, funsies… you’re in for an eclectic mix! So, here’s to the first edition:
- CodeTriage - Help your favorite open source projects. They have bugs, they need help!
- Why does it call the “wrong” equal method? - on Stack Overflow - The title is pretty much selfexplainatory.
- Return to the Essence of Text Editing - Emacs is a pretty neat everything, but also a decent text editor.
- Objects On Rails - a “developer’s notebook” documenting some guidelines, techniques, and ideas for applying classic object-oriented thought to Ruby on Rails applications.
- Clean Coders - educational videos for software professionals, by software professionals.
- vim-rails - vim is the best rails editor of all times.
- Bootstrap HTML Button generator - Bootstrapping buttons. Because why would you want to reinvent the wheel?
- List of Hello World Programs in 300 Programming Languages - A complete list of “Hello World!” programs written in more than 300 existing programming languages including Assembly language, Low-level, High-level, Object Oriented, Document formats, Page description languages and Scripting languages. How awesome is that?
- starlogs.net - Putting Geek in GitHub. Once more.