I am very happy to announce Ruby Raven. An iOS app which helps to keep track about upcoming Ruby Conferences.
Can read more in detail here http://raysrashmi.com/2015/06/17/announcing-ruby-raven/
Recently I had an interview on RubyIndia Podcast and we talked about my early experiences with Ruby, starting my contributions to Open Source Projects and currently Ruby on Rails, work and culture at thoughtbot.
If you are interested in listening to me make sure to check this out.
This event was recorded on Hangout on Air and raw version is available here.
I would like to give credits for few people about this
Updated : Heroku has updated to use ruby2.0. by default.
If you are deploying a new rails4 app on heroku that might fail. And you will get following error.
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In short, it says
Problem is that heroku uses ruby 1.9.2 by default
To check this run this command from your app
The output will be
Solution is simple, we need to attach ruby-version with app to tell heroku to use ruby 1.9.3 or higher because rails4 works with ruby-1.9.3 or higher.
Now add this following in your app Gemfile
This will force heroku to use your desired ruby. Here we are using 1.9.3
This solution will work for your rails4 versions(4.0.0.beta1, 4.0.0.rc1, 4.0.0.rc2) apps.
I started posting blogs using self hosted Wordpress solution. After few years I realize that I should use Ruby/Rack framework. And drop this old way of doing blog post.
I tried moving away from Wordpress few times and one day got success. Finally I converted my all blog posts into markdown format.
Now it’s very easy to choose a Ruby/Rack based framework as posts are already in markdown.
After that I bought a theme from bootstrap and applied that, but I was still using my hosted solution with middleman generated site.
I survived with this for a long time. Problem was for every blog post I have to deploy site using git pull every time by logging into server.
At last I found octopress and a Heroku combination.