Making a Go Game for the Web

I’ve been feeling productive in the last few weeks. I just finished two Coursera classes, one in machine learning and one in Swift programming. I also finished my minimum viable go game:

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Visualizing the 'belongs to' relation in rails app models

When working on rails apps, I usually have to make a mental map of the models and how they interrelate. An Active Record model can belong to another, but when you have more than half a dozen models, k

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Convention over configuration, unless those conventions don't make sense

Ruby on Rails is a so-called opinionated framework, this means that it bakes in a bunch of conventions for how applications should be built. By following these conventions, you can write less code, an

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