Bennie Mosher

Father. Husband. Problem Solver. Software Engineer. Cyclist.

Archives of posts from August 2014

Speeding up your tests by selectively persisting data

Aug 14, 2014

I follow the thoughtbot blog very closely, and today they posted about speeding up tests by selectively avoiding factory girl. This was enlightening on multiple levels.

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How to read your tmux/wemux config

Aug 14, 2014

So, if you are using a fork of my dotfiles you will see that I have a tmux and wemux config file in there. I generally use wemux to do work, don’t ask me why but it is what was suggested by a coworker over tmux (maybe a post will be due soon on that). I have been reading a lot on how to use tmux and have been having some problems. Thoughtbot has a whole trail on tmux and has a lot of great information on that trail.

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Changing routes not paths

Aug 12, 2014

So this morning I watched GoRails.com’s screencast ‘A Look Into Routing‘ and learned something fantastic about your routes file.

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Submitting Changes to my .dotfiles upstream

Aug 10, 2014

At work I have started to use Vim more often. In doing so I have adapted my coworker’s dotfiles repo (which is based off of thoughtbot’s dotfiles) and started using it for myself. I have forked it here. To install read the README.md or thoughtbot’s install blog post.

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mocks != stubs

Aug 10, 2014

In attempting to complete thoughtbot’s Testing trail, I read Martin Fowlers’s article, “Mocks Aren’t Stubs”.

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Outside-in Rails development

Aug 8, 2014

In attempting to complete thoughtbot’s Testing trail, I read Jared Carroll’s post, “Beginning Outside-In Rails Development with Cucumber and RSpec”.

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Hello world!

Aug 8, 2014

This is my first post on my new platform. I will be sharing my findings on everything Ruby, Rails, HTML, CSS, JS, WordPress, Vim, and TDD. I will be reading a lot of things and learning things everyday and I will post them here in hopes that it will teach someone else as well.

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Speeding up your tests by selectively persisting data

Aug 14, 2014

I follow the thoughtbot blog very closely, and today they posted about speeding up tests by selectively avoiding factory girl. This was enlightening on multiple levels.

Read More

How to read your tmux/wemux config

Aug 14, 2014

So, if you are using a fork of my dotfiles you will see that I have a tmux and wemux config file in there. I generally use wemux to do work, don’t ask me why but it is what was suggested by a coworker over tmux (maybe a post will be due soon on that). I have been reading a lot on how to use tmux and have been having some problems. Thoughtbot has a whole trail on tmux and has a lot of great information on that trail.

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Changing routes not paths

Aug 12, 2014

So this morning I watched GoRails.com’s screencast ‘A Look Into Routing‘ and learned something fantastic about your routes file.

Read More

Submitting Changes to my .dotfiles upstream

Aug 10, 2014

At work I have started to use Vim more often. In doing so I have adapted my coworker’s dotfiles repo (which is based off of thoughtbot’s dotfiles) and started using it for myself. I have forked it here. To install read the README.md or thoughtbot’s install blog post.

Read More

mocks != stubs

Aug 10, 2014

In attempting to complete thoughtbot’s Testing trail, I read Martin Fowlers’s article, “Mocks Aren’t Stubs”.

Read More

Outside-in Rails development

Aug 8, 2014

In attempting to complete thoughtbot’s Testing trail, I read Jared Carroll’s post, “Beginning Outside-In Rails Development with Cucumber and RSpec”.

Read More

Hello world!

Aug 8, 2014

This is my first post on my new platform. I will be sharing my findings on everything Ruby, Rails, HTML, CSS, JS, WordPress, Vim, and TDD. I will be reading a lot of things and learning things everyday and I will post them here in hopes that it will teach someone else as well.

Read More

Speeding up your tests by selectively persisting data

Aug 14, 2014

I follow the thoughtbot blog very closely, and today they posted about speeding up tests by selectively avoiding factory girl. This was enlightening on multiple levels.

Read More

How to read your tmux/wemux config

Aug 14, 2014

So, if you are using a fork of my dotfiles you will see that I have a tmux and wemux config file in there. I generally use wemux to do work, don’t ask me why but it is what was suggested by a coworker over tmux (maybe a post will be due soon on that). I have been reading a lot on how to use tmux and have been having some problems. Thoughtbot has a whole trail on tmux and has a lot of great information on that trail.

Read More

Changing routes not paths

Aug 12, 2014

So this morning I watched GoRails.com’s screencast ‘A Look Into Routing‘ and learned something fantastic about your routes file.

Read More

Submitting Changes to my .dotfiles upstream

Aug 10, 2014

At work I have started to use Vim more often. In doing so I have adapted my coworker’s dotfiles repo (which is based off of thoughtbot’s dotfiles) and started using it for myself. I have forked it here. To install read the README.md or thoughtbot’s install blog post.

Read More

mocks != stubs

Aug 10, 2014

In attempting to complete thoughtbot’s Testing trail, I read Martin Fowlers’s article, “Mocks Aren’t Stubs”.

Read More

Outside-in Rails development

Aug 8, 2014

In attempting to complete thoughtbot’s Testing trail, I read Jared Carroll’s post, “Beginning Outside-In Rails Development with Cucumber and RSpec”.

Read More

Hello world!

Aug 8, 2014

This is my first post on my new platform. I will be sharing my findings on everything Ruby, Rails, HTML, CSS, JS, WordPress, Vim, and TDD. I will be reading a lot of things and learning things everyday and I will post them here in hopes that it will teach someone else as well.

Read More

Speeding up your tests by selectively persisting data

Aug 14, 2014

I follow the thoughtbot blog very closely, and today they posted about speeding up tests by selectively avoiding factory girl. This was enlightening on multiple levels.

Read More

How to read your tmux/wemux config

Aug 14, 2014

So, if you are using a fork of my dotfiles you will see that I have a tmux and wemux config file in there. I generally use wemux to do work, don’t ask me why but it is what was suggested by a coworker over tmux (maybe a post will be due soon on that). I have been reading a lot on how to use tmux and have been having some problems. Thoughtbot has a whole trail on tmux and has a lot of great information on that trail.

Read More

Changing routes not paths

Aug 12, 2014

So this morning I watched GoRails.com’s screencast ‘A Look Into Routing‘ and learned something fantastic about your routes file.

Read More

Submitting Changes to my .dotfiles upstream

Aug 10, 2014

At work I have started to use Vim more often. In doing so I have adapted my coworker’s dotfiles repo (which is based off of thoughtbot’s dotfiles) and started using it for myself. I have forked it here. To install read the README.md or thoughtbot’s install blog post.

Read More

mocks != stubs

Aug 10, 2014

In attempting to complete thoughtbot’s Testing trail, I read Martin Fowlers’s article, “Mocks Aren’t Stubs”.

Read More

Outside-in Rails development

Aug 8, 2014

In attempting to complete thoughtbot’s Testing trail, I read Jared Carroll’s post, “Beginning Outside-In Rails Development with Cucumber and RSpec”.

Read More

Hello world!

Aug 8, 2014

This is my first post on my new platform. I will be sharing my findings on everything Ruby, Rails, HTML, CSS, JS, WordPress, Vim, and TDD. I will be reading a lot of things and learning things everyday and I will post them here in hopes that it will teach someone else as well.

Read More

Speeding up your tests by selectively persisting data

Aug 14, 2014

I follow the thoughtbot blog very closely, and today they posted about speeding up tests by selectively avoiding factory girl. This was enlightening on multiple levels.

Read More

How to read your tmux/wemux config

Aug 14, 2014

So, if you are using a fork of my dotfiles you will see that I have a tmux and wemux config file in there. I generally use wemux to do work, don’t ask me why but it is what was suggested by a coworker over tmux (maybe a post will be due soon on that). I have been reading a lot on how to use tmux and have been having some problems. Thoughtbot has a whole trail on tmux and has a lot of great information on that trail.

Read More

Changing routes not paths

Aug 12, 2014

So this morning I watched GoRails.com’s screencast ‘A Look Into Routing‘ and learned something fantastic about your routes file.

Read More

Submitting Changes to my .dotfiles upstream

Aug 10, 2014

At work I have started to use Vim more often. In doing so I have adapted my coworker’s dotfiles repo (which is based off of thoughtbot’s dotfiles) and started using it for myself. I have forked it here. To install read the README.md or thoughtbot’s install blog post.

Read More

mocks != stubs

Aug 10, 2014

In attempting to complete thoughtbot’s Testing trail, I read Martin Fowlers’s article, “Mocks Aren’t Stubs”.

Read More

Outside-in Rails development

Aug 8, 2014

In attempting to complete thoughtbot’s Testing trail, I read Jared Carroll’s post, “Beginning Outside-In Rails Development with Cucumber and RSpec”.

Read More

Hello world!

Aug 8, 2014

This is my first post on my new platform. I will be sharing my findings on everything Ruby, Rails, HTML, CSS, JS, WordPress, Vim, and TDD. I will be reading a lot of things and learning things everyday and I will post them here in hopes that it will teach someone else as well.

Read More

Speeding up your tests by selectively persisting data

Aug 14, 2014

I follow the thoughtbot blog very closely, and today they posted about speeding up tests by selectively avoiding factory girl. This was enlightening on multiple levels.

Read More

How to read your tmux/wemux config

Aug 14, 2014

So, if you are using a fork of my dotfiles you will see that I have a tmux and wemux config file in there. I generally use wemux to do work, don’t ask me why but it is what was suggested by a coworker over tmux (maybe a post will be due soon on that). I have been reading a lot on how to use tmux and have been having some problems. Thoughtbot has a whole trail on tmux and has a lot of great information on that trail.

Read More

Changing routes not paths

Aug 12, 2014

So this morning I watched GoRails.com’s screencast ‘A Look Into Routing‘ and learned something fantastic about your routes file.

Read More

Submitting Changes to my .dotfiles upstream

Aug 10, 2014

At work I have started to use Vim more often. In doing so I have adapted my coworker’s dotfiles repo (which is based off of thoughtbot’s dotfiles) and started using it for myself. I have forked it here. To install read the README.md or thoughtbot’s install blog post.

Read More

mocks != stubs

Aug 10, 2014

In attempting to complete thoughtbot’s Testing trail, I read Martin Fowlers’s article, “Mocks Aren’t Stubs”.

Read More

Outside-in Rails development

Aug 8, 2014

In attempting to complete thoughtbot’s Testing trail, I read Jared Carroll’s post, “Beginning Outside-In Rails Development with Cucumber and RSpec”.

Read More

Hello world!

Aug 8, 2014

This is my first post on my new platform. I will be sharing my findings on everything Ruby, Rails, HTML, CSS, JS, WordPress, Vim, and TDD. I will be reading a lot of things and learning things everyday and I will post them here in hopes that it will teach someone else as well.

Read More

Speeding up your tests by selectively persisting data

Aug 14, 2014

I follow the thoughtbot blog very closely, and today they posted about speeding up tests by selectively avoiding factory girl. This was enlightening on multiple levels.

Read More

How to read your tmux/wemux config

Aug 14, 2014

So, if you are using a fork of my dotfiles you will see that I have a tmux and wemux config file in there. I generally use wemux to do work, don’t ask me why but it is what was suggested by a coworker over tmux (maybe a post will be due soon on that). I have been reading a lot on how to use tmux and have been having some problems. Thoughtbot has a whole trail on tmux and has a lot of great information on that trail.

Read More

Changing routes not paths

Aug 12, 2014

So this morning I watched GoRails.com’s screencast ‘A Look Into Routing‘ and learned something fantastic about your routes file.

Read More

Submitting Changes to my .dotfiles upstream

Aug 10, 2014

At work I have started to use Vim more often. In doing so I have adapted my coworker’s dotfiles repo (which is based off of thoughtbot’s dotfiles) and started using it for myself. I have forked it here. To install read the README.md or thoughtbot’s install blog post.

Read More

mocks != stubs

Aug 10, 2014

In attempting to complete thoughtbot’s Testing trail, I read Martin Fowlers’s article, “Mocks Aren’t Stubs”.

Read More

Outside-in Rails development

Aug 8, 2014

In attempting to complete thoughtbot’s Testing trail, I read Jared Carroll’s post, “Beginning Outside-In Rails Development with Cucumber and RSpec”.

Read More

Hello world!

Aug 8, 2014

This is my first post on my new platform. I will be sharing my findings on everything Ruby, Rails, HTML, CSS, JS, WordPress, Vim, and TDD. I will be reading a lot of things and learning things everyday and I will post them here in hopes that it will teach someone else as well.

Read More