I'm working through Ruby Koans where each koan contains several test cases. These group of test cases can show the workings of a Ruby object, like string. So newcomers to Ruby can learn its syntax, objects, and testing. And they also interact with actual Ruby files, which is different to the Interactive Ruby Shell (irb). … Continue reading Use pry or byebug when the Ruby ‘app’ doesn’t use Bundler nor the Gemfile
After a few tutorials that didn't work for me and an angular template generator that failed on my Mac OS El Capitan... I found a Microsoft-made generator that creates SPA templates. The generator doesn't just offer Angular4, it also offers Aurelia, KnockoutJS, ReactJS, and ReactJS & Redux. This post is about using a template to … Continue reading Using a template to create an app with .NET Core 1.1 as backend with Angular4 as frontend
The error appears on the console whenever you navigate to the root of a Rails application and you've specified the Ruby version in the Gemfile. You're also using rvm. The error happens when rvm has problems loading the ruby version you had specified in the Gemfile. Try to run rvm all do gem list error to … Continue reading Version ‘x.x.x’ is ambiguous. Cannot select Ruby implementation/version, please be more specific.
Subject Code Subject Name Mark Result Points Gained 31244 Applications Programming 89 High Distinction 6 31269 Business Requirements Modelling 68 Credit 6 31270 Networking Essentials 79 Distinction 6 31271 Database Fundamentals 66 Credit 6 I am extremely happy with my Networking Essentials results. :D Pretty sad with my Database Fundamentals mark, but I hope that's … Continue reading 2011 Spring results
Exams are long gone, the Japanese assessment is long done and next semester looks busier than ever. I got sorted into level 3; I was hoping for level 2 so I can continue in Spring. Because all odd numbered levelled subjects for this language are held in Autumn whilst the even ones are held in … Continue reading Studying PHP = Success!
I'm now up to exercise 12 in LPTHW. Been doing an exercise or two each day whenever I'm not rehearsing or performing for PYT's Hero Project last week. Then I took a break and lost my personal record breaking streak. D: I now understand what people mean by how Python is 'clean' when compared to … Continue reading Python hat was on
The first time I used Github and Git(Tortoise), I was doing a team project during my diploma of software development. We didn't know how to merge, so we would always clone repos and manually paste our new code into existing ones by looking at the changes history. Which was bad; one of us would overlook … Continue reading Github familiarisation!