You would think that someone would have tried this before - but I haven't seen anyone blog on it yet. I'm sure I'm not the only knuckle-dragging mouth-breather who eschews High Concept for Dumb-simple solutions when available. Today I think I might have broken my own record for ugly: I deployed a site using Git and Dropbox. And I love it.
We just pushed the latest build of Tekpub - and it's a pretty massive rewrite. I bounced between frameworks during this rewrite, eventually settling with Rails 3. A few people have asked why. Here's why.
I made a rather strong comment about HAML the other day and I think I regret it a bit. I was feeling cheeky - so I thought it might be worth it to ... uncheekify that comment and add some code for context. I love HAML - it helps me do the right thing. Here's why.