I enjoy writing open source code and working with Ruby, Go, REST, APIs, and Git.
A tiny Math object extension library for circles.
A cheat sheet for the "Bash Introduction" keynote by André Augusto Costa Santos.
The exceptionally handsome dashboard framework for Rails.
A command line app that lets you generate and save Identicons.
A small Sinatra web app which checks whether a particular RubyGem exists.
A responsive boilerplate based on the Skeleton project; using the HTML5 Boilerplate.
A command line app for compatibility information in desktop and mobile browsers.
A sample Rails application from the book Agile Web Development with Rails.
An experimental Ruby code analyzer, based on the community Ruby style guide.
An adventure on which I will learn the Ruby programming language.
Skeleton: A Beautiful Boilerplate for Responsive, Mobile-Friendly Development
An app that generates .gitignore files from the command line.
Trying to complete over 100 projects in various categories in Ruby. Fork to learn any new language.
CRUD through HTTP is a good step forward to using resources and becoming RESTful. Another step further into it is to make use of hypermedia-based services and the Restfulie gem allows you to do it very quickly.
A working example from the "Writing a Domain-Specific Language in Ruby" article.
A collection of awesome Ruby libraries, tools, frameworks and software
A simple, yet powerful, Google Closure Compiler Service API wrapper.
A Sinatra app that combines GitHub Issues, StackOverflow, and Google to provide the best answers.
Code documentation written as code! How novel and totally my idea!
A small project I will be doing over the holidays, in which I will learn more about Sinatra.
A tool to get rid of common sources of contributor friction.
A revision sheet for Coursera's "Programming Languages" course by Dan Grossman.
An all-in-one CLI for PNG/JPG optimizers and CSS/JS minifiers.
An implementation of the reverse Polish notation (using stacks).
A (very ugly) app from a very basic tutorial on Sinatra I made.
The home of lyrics of Pink Floyd — an English rock band that achieved international acclaim with their progressive and psychedelic music.