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Read more about dry-view 0.6.0 and our plans for 1.0. There’s a lot of new features to consider, but you’re in luck: this post includes my talk from RubyConf AU, which introduces them all!

dry-rb.org/news/2019/02/12/dry

Planning for a 45 minute talk is HARD.

(Though I suppose later I'll be saying “having to fit my content into _just_ 45 minutes is HARD!”)

Does anyone have good strategies for incorporating VCR (github.com/vcr/vcr) and similar into test suites, while still having them check _some_ tests against the actual live service, just to make sure things still fully integrate properly? And what about for updating the recorded responses over time?

A little more about my Remote Ruby podcast appearance! Thanks @jmcharnes and Chris for having me, I really enjoyed it.

timriley.info/writing/2019/03/

Here are the slides and full transcript from my RubyConf AU talk, “Views, from the top”:

icelab.com.au/notes/tim-talks-

If you care about improving the humble server-rendered view, please take 20 and join me for this very important meeting :)

Developed a pretty rad watch tan this summer.

Tim Riley boosted

I have gone through the invigorating process of finding my Mastodon instance (.xyz who knew 🤷‍♂️) and finding my backup codes to meet @timriley in his world to share a wonderful conversation Chris Oliver and I had with Tim. Please give it a listen! share.transistor.fm/s/8bedc1f9

Got me a beaut li'l ASCII art logo for my Monodraw diagrams:

Submitted my last conference thing for the year. Something different. I'm hoping it gets up!

WTB: hidden setting within iA Writer that lets me use _underscores_ for italics.

Remember when singles had cool remixes and b-sides and stuff?

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Rubyists, we’re putting together Thailand’s first RubyConf. Please spread the word, CfP to open soon.
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Nothing is certain but death and taxes and the jruby build on Travis that always takes forever

This but for the Nintendo Switch, basically every other month.

Really, a metal band that sings in reconstructed ancient Gaulish is perfect for me, because I never listen to lyrics anyway 😂

Read more about dry-view 0.6.0 and our plans for 1.0. There’s a lot of new features to consider, but you’re in luck: this post includes my talk from RubyConf AU, which introduces them all!

dry-rb.org/news/2019/02/12/dry

It was a real pleasure (and a lot of fun!) talking to @jmcharnes and Chris Oliver on a Remote Ruby recording this morning. Can't wait for it to come out. In the meantime, every recent episode has been great listening, check it out: remoteruby.transistor.fm

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