As part of my ongoing self learning experience this evening I am experimenting with Ruby ‘case statements’. Not much to say on this as I am trying to grasp the power of this functionality but I wanted to share and publicly thank @skorks for this great post… I don’t know you but you’re awesome!
Image borrowed from: http://www.skorks.com/2009/08/how-a-ruby-case-statement-works-and-what-you-can-do-with-it/ – great source of info on this subject. THANK YOU!
Late night coding… oh wait it’s only 8:41 PM? What a long day! No better way to end it though. TTYL!!
I survived an adrenaline and nerve filled day. The showcase of our capstone projects at Anyone Can Learn to Code. The entire room was quite a buzz the whole 2.5 hours. I received so much positive feedback and interest in my application/site – it was great!
If you have been following along and reading this blog I think you deserve the first look at my screencast promoting my capstone project – ‘Volunteer Management System’…. yes I know, I know I need a snazzy name and I’m working on it. I’m very open to suggestions. So if anyone views this screencast and has some naming ideas please share! I’m very open to suggestions at this point.
I honestly was so focused on the logic and functionality of my site I didn’t even consider the marketability factor which some think is really high… so huzzah! Although I am quite proud of my accomplishment completing this course I am well aware of how much I have to learn. It is my hope that my coding skills will continue to grow and that I am provided with the opportunities to evolve into a capable developer.
I received the best compliment of the year very recently from one of the awesome TAs @ACLTC. While assisting me with my feeble attempt to implement an Angular directive in my code he pointed out the reason I wasn’t getting it was because I was thinking in Ruby but needed to code in Angular.
I’m thinking in Ruby? When did this happen? I think in RUBY?!?! THANK YOU SIR! I consider this the highest compliment I have received for the entire year. Much appreciated @kunalbhat !!!