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If there's one thing I really like in the JS ecosystem it's the debug package

Anyone know of a similar logger implementation in ruby? Mostly custom coloring per namespace and removing superfluous timestamps when a pointed at a TTY

Is there a list of ruby related podcasts people listen to regularly?

Maybe even include just developer podcasts that includes ruby talk sometimes.

Rails auto-assigning and id that already exists?

Reset it.


On a semi-related note to the new Chrome design:

If you've wanted to try brave, but hate the idea of running an electron browser; Brave has put out Chromium based releases for their new 1.0 coming q4

Having only ever written Ruby web apps in Sinatra or Rails, I feel like after 7 years I should branch out and play with some of the others

Shoutout to @phaedryx for pointing me to

Just reached the 50% mark, and I'm learning a lot. 👍

Reading the implementation behind the GoLang type checker. This really feels like someone tried to fake a custom exception type and "catch" it if things panic.

I added pipes to ruby a few years ago just for fun, but now I'm curious. Would anyone actually use this?

This article is so spot on with how I've struggled with sleeping until I started working remotely and had the ability to fall into my natural sleep schedule.

I really want a Tweetbot clone for Mastodon on macOS, but all the desktop clients are just Electron wrappers. Might have to just make my own.

@sam now you just need to follow everyone else on this instance ;)

Do people have strong opinions about writing ruby with contracts such as ?

For those of you who don't know there's a remote ruby meetup at


I toot about software development, motorcycles, politics, cryptocurrency and other random things.

Imagining if Mastodon called instances "neighborhoods" instead. The metaphor works really well IMO and doesn't sound like robot-speke.

Good to meet everyone! I'm a Remote Ruby developer out of Chattanooga TN

A Mastodon instance for Rubyists & friends