A development roadmap for 2016

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I recently read a blog post by Avdi Grimm about setting realistic expectations for a programming language roadmap. As a developer, constantly learning new skills is a must. While there are a ton of interesting languages to learn (and I would love to learn them all) I had to be realistic and split them into a priority listing.

The year in review (2015)

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In this first issue of "Year in review", I will detail a few key topics. In the first section I will list any recent development news that I have come across. The next section will detail any notable gems, extensions, or app. Then in the last section I will list any blog posts from other developers which I have found helpful and informative.

Drying out your content with Ruby on Rails Internationalization

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Internationalization is an important topic for many corporations that have a multi-national client base. It allows for easy translation capabilities and helps to protect the future of the application against code debt. However, even if you are not providing translations for your application you can still use internationalization to dry up your content. Let's get started.

Restrict an integer to a specific range in Ruby

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Ever wanted an integer to be allowed a specific range of valid numbers rounding when necessary? Well, unfortunately in the Ruby community this has been a point of contention because no built-in function exists. We can however easily replicate the intended behavior through the clever usage of the enumerable sort method.

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