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Feb 22, 2008
A quick redesign of h-lame.com until I can think of something else
Airport-style events dashboard using the Google Calendar API
This is a Slack bot that publishes a team's pull requests to their Slack Channel, once provided the organisation name, the team members' github names, and a list of repos to follow. It is my first 20% project at GDS.
The Free Range website
A quick mandelbrot implementation in Jack
The Jekyll site for http://mapit.poplus.org
Redo h-lame.com using vanilla.rb
The website of the London Computation Club
Growing a little Scheme interpreter, guided by The Little Schemer
I occasionally write crappy scripts to brighten up the chores of hosting LRUG. They mostly suck, but it's good to share...
This app now lives in rubymanor/vestibule. Go there. This fork exists solely for old links and to point people at the right place.
A toy app exploring twitter auth and names
A rails 3 app to be used as a walkthrough for a training course.
For helping to find people that might want to be "volunteered" to do a talk at your local user group.
Create a book from twitter
Webrat - Ruby Acceptance Testing for Web applications
A plugin for rails that allows has_one, has_many and certain belongs_to associations to share instances of the "parent" model to the "child" model via the association.
A "one stop shop" for information that the internet knows about your local area, starting with your postcode and branching out from there. Created at rewiredstate '09.
A stupid stupid fake API clone of twitter. For testing innit.
A twitter client, written in Shoes. It was used as the demo code from a presentation I gave at RubyManor. This app isn't for reals.
A seriously out of date fork of the old rails sqlserver adapter. Go check out http://github.com/rails-sqlserver/2000-2005-adapter/ for the most up-to-date version.
Maybe something to do with steganography, maybe something stupid
Vanilla in Ruby
I suppose it's a document database. Or a tuple store. But really, it's just data sloshing around, waiting to be used.