June 05, 2015 • 1 min read
I’m now one month into my learning project #60days60hacks.
The bulk of my writing is now going into Today I Learned, a project I’ll explain in greater detail in a forthcoming post. I’m still keeping the Github repo updated with posts I find personally significant.
This week I learned:
constantizemethods for metaprogramming class names
My work this week focused on the ‘Today I Learned’ app, working through the Neo Ruby Koans, and building a Node.js app to generate random Halo teams in Slack, to support our lunchtime (and after work) Halo matches. I also got deeper into a volunteer project I’ve been working on, cleaning up code and adding integration tests.
All of these efforts have been fertile ground for producing ‘Today I Learned’ content. The recurring theme has been that Ruby, Rails, and Vim are extremely powerful tools that reward continual pondering and exploration.
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