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Zach Holman

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Joined over 11 years ago. Zach helps out by being a moderator at Good-Tutorials.

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Ruby on Rails » Testing — over 10 years ago
Creating clean, custom assertion messages in Rails.
Ruby on Rails » Models — over 10 years ago
Learn how to add/remove tasks in the same form using JavaScript and RJS.
Ruby on Rails » Basics — over 10 years ago
An in-depth look at RESTful programming in Rails.
Ruby on Rails » Best Practices — over 10 years ago
A collection of tips to make your Rails developing more efficient or interesting that most Rails developers overlook.
CSS » Cross Browser Development — over 10 years ago
Fixes for some of the most common problems in Internet Explorer when designing your web sites with CSS.
Photoshop » Designing — over 10 years ago
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A guide for how to go about designing a logo, it covers good font techniques, how to get inspiration, playing with layouts and how to simplify complicated objects for use in logos. A must for any wannabe graphics designer.
Ruby » Libraries — about 10 years ago
Testing fever has infected the Ruby programming community, and the infection is spreading. One of the most promising innovations in testing in the past year is the introduction and rapid growth of RSpec, a behavior-driven testing tool. Learn how RSpec can change the way you think about testing.
Ruby on Rails » Routes — almost 10 years ago
Nested resources were introduced in Rails 1.2 and are touted as the Right Way to do REST with parent-child model associations. If your app has a url that reads something like /employees?company_id=1, a switch to nested resources would cause it to read /companies/1/employees. Here's a detailed guide to developing with these new changes in mind.
Ruby on Rails » Basics — almost 10 years ago
Here's a quick way to build an RSS feed using some of the new features in Rails 2.0.
Ruby » Basics — almost 9 years ago
Speed up your program using ruby threads