Idiosyncratic Ruby


over 1 year ago by Jan Lelis on J-_-L.
For the whole of May, I will blog about weird things in Ruby over at Idiosyncratic Ruby – Don’t miss it! CC-BY (DE) ...

Idiosyncratic Ruby


over 1 year ago by Jan Lelis on J-_-L.
For the whole of May, I will blog about weird things in Ruby over at Idiosyncratic Ruby – Don’t miss it! CC-BY (DE) ...

Be More Productive with Better Sublime Snippets for Ruby!


over 1 year ago by Jan Lelis on J-_-L.
Long time readers of this blog will remember that I used to tweak GNOME’s gedit editor a lot. However, I ditched it for Sublime Text and I am not...

Be More Productive with Better Sublime Snippets for Ruby


over 1 year ago by Jan Lelis on J-_-L.
Long time readers of this blog will remember that I used to tweak GNOME’s gedit editor a lot. However, I ditched it for Sublime Text and I am not...

Ruby 2.0.0-p645 Released


over 1 year ago by ruby-lang.org on ruby-lang.org.
We are pleased to announce the release of Ruby 2.0.0-p645. This release includes a security fix for OpenSSL extension. Please view the topic below for...

Ruby 2.1.6 Released


over 1 year ago by ruby-lang.org on ruby-lang.org.
Ruby 2.1.6 has been released. This release includes a security fix for OpenSSL extension. Please view the topic below for more details. CVE-2015-1855...

Ruby 2.2.2 Released


over 1 year ago by ruby-lang.org on ruby-lang.org.
We are pleased to announce the release of Ruby 2.2.2. This is a TEENY version release of the stable 2.2 series. This release includes the security fix...

CVE-2015-1855: Ruby OpenSSL Hostname Verification


over 1 year ago by ruby-lang.org on ruby-lang.org.
Ruby’s OpenSSL extension suffers a vulnerability through overly permissive matching of hostnames, which can lead to similar bugs such as CVE-2014-1492....

Music paradise: audio technica ath-m50x


over 1 year ago by pogodan on stJhimy - Playing around with codes!.
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The Two Kinds of Integers


over 1 year ago by Peter Harkins on Push cx.
A small thing I see tripping up developers is that there are two kinds of integers: numbers and identifiers. We don’t know what the integer 4 means...