Today I Learned
TIL is an open-source project by Hashrocket that exists to catalogue the sharing & accumulation of knowledge as it happens day-to-day. Posts have a 200-word limit, and posting is open to any Rocketeer as well as selected friends of Hashrocket. The original Rails application was my Hashrocket apprentice project. We open sourced TIL in early 2016, and today I maintain the project with my fellow Rocketeers.
Written in Elixir/Phoenix.
Today I Learned (Rails)
Predecessor to Tilex, written in Ruby on Rails.
Command Line Cheat Sheet
A UNIX command line cheat sheet.
This is a collection of free or affordable online resources I have found useful for learning and building projects.
Capybara Driver Benchmarking
This is the test app I built for a talk at Hashrocket's Summer Miniconf 2015. Its purpose is to benchmark the performance of the drivers available for use with Capybara.
The goals of this project are to demonstrate the N + 1 problem in a Ruby on Rails app, and explore common solutions.
My solutions to the code challenges of Exercism.
Here you are. The foundation of this application was created during breaks at RailsConf 2015, using Ruby on Rails. I wrote a blog post about why I created this application and chose this particular technology stack, available here.
A Markov Chain generated novel.
A gem that produces Markov chain output from any text.
Implements the Caesar Cipher in Elixir.
Implements the Atbash Cipher in Elixir.
These are talks that I have given around the tech community. My goal by open sourcing this repo is to allow others to see how I prepare and deliver presentations. These slides are meant to be displayed with Deskset.