The Top 10 Shell Commands To Be More Productive
Some time ago I’ve found an interesting article / primer to bash scripting. What interested me mostly, though, was command that displays top 10 commands I’ve used.
will start with a bold statement: there has never been a better time to use “Ruby on Rails”. Recently, we have witnessed two major releases of the Ruby programming language and a web development framework, which we know of as Ruby on Rails (versions 2.0 and 4.0, respectively).
This time the Mikstuira.IT event was slightly different as we wanted to commemorate the 20th anniversary of the birth of Ruby – an object-oriented scripting language created in 1993 by Yukihiro Matsumoto (Matz for short).
“The Times They Are a-Changin” – the title of an album and a song by BoB Dylan is a good description of the current state of affairs in the Web and Mobile world. The web is more complicated than ever: a plethora of devices combined with multiple browsing and usage contexts for websites and web applications.
As the Internet matures, we abandon the classic approach whereby the user is presented with a handful of URLs which reload the page when clicked; the new approach aims to make the web application work seamlessly.