I stopped posting here 9 months ago or so. You can still find me over at stungeye.com.
I’ve also started a blog about mobile programming using HTML5 and Phonegap.
Catch you on the flip side.
Reading source code you wrote when you were first learning to program can be a sobering experience.
Here are a few examples of beginner source posted on reddit:
What I love about this kind of beginner code is the sheer persistence of the programmers. I can remember writing PET BASIC programs like this when I was first figuring out coding. I’d make up for my lack of knowledge (of arrays, loops, functions, etc) by brute forcing my way with variables, conditionals and lots of typing.
Associative Arrays and Hashes in Ruby 1.9.
Skip ahead to 8m40s. Watch in HD and fullscreen if you want to be able to read the code.
We are programmers. We strive to write good code. We acknowledge that efficient code is often locally unclear. We cannot stand writing more comments than code to document our hacks. We would rather not have to fix code we wrote ages ago. We are sick of trying to decipher code others wrote.
SkullSpace is a whisper of a hackerspace in Winnipeg. SkullSpace is a place for hackers, builders, programmers, artists and anybody interested in how stuff works to gather in a common place and help focus their knowledge and creativity.
After a bit of Googling and a tweet, I’ve compiled a list of…
Ruby on Rails Employers in Winnipeg
It should also be noted that there is a healthy community of Rails freelancers in Winnipeg. If you wish to meet some of these freelancers you should attend one of the upcoming SecretHandshake or WinnipegRb meetups.
If you know of any other Rails employers in Winnipeg, please leave a comment.