Ruby, Hashrockets and UTF-8

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Image is property of PeepCode. The years with the hashrocket syntax (=>) are over, Ruby has switched to the defacto standard which is used by JavaScript, Groovy and other script languages. In Ruby 1.8 you needed to define a map like this: my_map = {:ilike => ‘apples’, :and => ‘pears’} which you can write in […]


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..again. I think this is maybe the fifth try to provide informations using a blog, but time will tell if it’s now something different 🙂 The first challenge was to create accounts, modify php stuff and images with a baby on one arm, but – hurray success – baby sleeps, blog is ready. As I […]