Dan Ott is a web developer working out of
sunny Seattle, Washington. He builds websites and applications that solve problems to serve people.
Today I learned a new trick in Ruby that is useful for minimizing nested blocks.
I was working on a small project this evening that required a small set of tightly coupled data, that needed to be easily retrieved by a key. I wanted to able to retrieve and work with objects in a way that is ActiveRecord’esque, without all the overhead.