Hello, fellow pineapples,
Welcome to the third edition of the Pragmatic Pineapple newsletter!
Thank you for being here. I appreciate it! If you see something that is good or bad, please don’t hesitate to respond to this email, I listen 👂.
Phew, I published a lot of posts since the last email I sent you. Here are some of the most popular ones:
I started a series of posts where I go through various patterns and anti-patterns in Ruby on Rails world. If you’re not using RoR on a day-to-day basis, posts from this series can still benefit you. I discuss different approaches to several common problems with the Model-View-Controller pattern. The MVC pattern is one of the most popular ones out there, so definitely check it out on the blog, and the series here.
The questions of ethics and what’s “right” always intrigued me. I decided to write a short post about it. I won’t reveal any spoiler, it is best to see for yourself here.
I love Vim (if you already don’t know). Another thing that I love is fzf. It is a precious tool I use every day, not just in Vim, but in the terminal as well. Read more about it here.
I wrote couple of more posts, but I will just leave links to them here, not to overwhelm you in this installment of the newsletter. Here we go:
One more thing before I forget. My talk about the history of Vim has been out for some time now. Check it out YouTube if you haven’t already.
That’s all for now, folks. BTW, responding to this newsletter is highly encouraged! I’d love to hear your thoughts on what you just read, so fire away that response 💌!
Until next one, your fellow pineapple, Nikola Đuza