If you do, I'll have a few things I can throw in there.
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Posted 15 August 2013 - 12:30 AM
Design Patterns... So much can be learned and discussed there. Everybody has different, mostly helpful experiences. Here's my latest: http://lexsheehan.bl...using-ruby.html
Same goes for architecture. Here's one about that: http://lexsheehan.bl...?q=architecture
I mainly just post my thoughts and my current experiences on my blog.
Since RailsForum is not about _me_, but rather the community I would think more folks would engage on these topics.
Furthermore, some of the most challenging RoR/technical problems involve IT security.
Just yesterday, I was grappling with why I was unable to get the typhoeus gem (which runs on Curl) to communicate with credit card processing gateway.
I just punted (put it on hold) and implemented a new ActiveMerchant gateway solution.
I toyed with the idea of posting a question on Stackoverflow...
... Which makes me wonder: How do you see RailsForum.com being different/better than Stackoverflow.com?
Edited by l3x, 15 August 2013 - 12:35 AM.
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