I completely agree with Linda’s idea, “Code is the next universal language”.
While I concentrate on making programming, I sometimes feel like talking with computers.
In addition, we are able to talk anywhere, anytime by Internet.
Code is used in everywhere, programmers in the world can easy to talk about code in GitHub!
Programming gives everyone wonderful power to build their new universe with their own rules, paradigms and practices.
I think everybody can agree with the idea :)
I made a useful cheat sheet for “IntelliJ IDEA/RubyMine“ which is an IDE made by JetBrains for busy engineers:
|Search||Search text in file crossing(Grep search)||Cmd + Shift + F|
|Search||Search anything||Shift x 2|
|Nav||Jump ahead/back in history||Cmd + Alt +|
|Nav||Jump to a place using the selected row||Cmd + Alt + F7|
|Nav||Show history of viewed files||Cmd + E|
|Edit||Cover selected area with if/begin/while||Cmd + Shift + V|
|Edit||Quickly fix errors or warning points||Alt + Enter|
|Edit||Move selected rows up/down||Alt + Shift +|
|Edit||Replicate current row||Cmd + D|
|Edit||Remove current row||Cmd + Y|
|Edit||Add new row||Cmd + Y|
|Edit||Show refactoring menu||Cmd + Alt + Shift + T|
|Edit||Paste from copy history||Cmd + Shift + V|
|Arrange||Arrange selected code||Cmd + Alt + L|
I created a RubyGem morizyun/scouter - GitHub.
This gem helps you to get social data of some following services related with URIs:
I created a new RubyGem morizyun/http_status_cheker.
- Easily checking http status of multi URIs
- A threaded (fast) per host name
- Return redirect url and errors when get http access
- a waiting time interval can be set, because not to access too much to one host.