I'm not really sure if it's 50 hours I've now done or more, to be honest I suspect it's more. After many hours working on the Ruby goodness on trains, plains and ... hotel rooms it's a bit tricky to keep a tight track on what's been done.
Ah, yes... all that travel is because I've been called to site to deliver some Client work hands-on, after so many months living the Lab life in Spain too! Oh well can't complain :)…Continue
Rain, rain, rain... and a weekend in. Which works well as I get more hours to practice a bit of Ruby.
In the post on data from text files I noticed there was a call to a method file_search that wasn't in the attached file, cool... The reason was that I couldn't get it to work and so took it out.
After a jolly sojourn learning various bits about Ruby I've decided to head back over to Everyday Scripting with Ruby and pick up where I left off. I've started to go round in circles somewhat with what I was picking up myself, re-using what I currently know so time to crack on with the directed study.
Racing onto Chapter 6 Brian starts to cover the…Continue
Freezing coldness all week here in Málaga, aircon being supplemented by oil filled heaters by the building owners. Jorgé ran the math and discovered they're not as efficient or cost effective as aircon... the mind boggles.The crazy thing is, it's warmer outside than in the general building, given they're so designed to be cool for when summer hits. Oh, the irony. Hot office, cold general building area, warm outside. The Test Hats team will all have the flu by week's end at this rate…Continue