Since I have a Windows machine, I’ve been using Visual Studio Code for all my Ruby work. I had heard stories that doing Ruby development on Windows was a bit of a mission, but I thought I’d at least give it a go before shelling out some serious dollars for a Mac. Installing Ruby on Windows was pretty straightforward. Quick download and making sure that … Continue reading Using Visual Studio Code for Ruby Development
Things are starting to pick up, I’ve been working through my Ruby materials and gearing myself up for Makers. So how did I get on this week? Stand up meeting (progress from last week) Continue work on Hashes and Arrays in Ruby I’m moving this task under the work I’m going to do following the Well-Grounded Rubyist book. It’ll save me having to work on … Continue reading This Week In Dev #3 – The Ruby and Maths work continues!
The preparation continues for Makers Academy and I’ve been working at it slowly but surely. I’ve been working on a couple of things this week so let’s get to it Stand up (progress from last week) In last week’s post, I set myself some goals to try and quick-start my learning. This is how I got on. Be more comfortable using Hashes and Arrays in … Continue reading This Week in Dev #2 – First Open Source Contribution!