Gaming and MMO focused calendar application as an experiment on Rails application development.
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Raid.it

A guild raiding and events calandar.

This project was put together as an experiment to understand why Rails applications seem to always devolve into massively coupled, difficult-to-maintain messes of code. Starting from scratch using ideas from talks and discussions with workmates and friends, I went through the process of building an application where each step was explicitly the opposite of what normally happens in a Rails application.

I blogged my thoughts and process under the series "Designing a Rails App". The posts are as follows:

This project is complete and I don't plan on any more updates to this repository.

And code climate shows a perfect score! Code Climate