I have been writing RubyGems since 2008, and Rails plugins since 2005.
Along the way I have contributed to many projects, including rails’ active-record (PR #20921), hashie (PR #313, PR #314, PR #315, PR #316, and PR #318), memoist (PR #33), neography (PR #74 and PR #104), masonry-rails (PR #14), zues-parallel_tests (PR #28), rusen (PR #5, and PR #6), and gem-release (PR #37, and PR #38).
Ruby: I maintain that
Ruby: I built that
Provides content_tag_for method signature to create customizable and logic-gated labels from objects. Also includes a presenter base class to allow any Ruby web framework to create logic around HTML tags.
Endlessly customizable successor of ye olde rack-bug
Mark specs pending or skipped for specific Ruby engine / version combinations (e.g. MRI or jRuby, or version 1.9.3).
Engage in pillage and plunder of demarcated values
Enhance Rails' content_for system with defaults
Organize data results from raw sql queries (as with PGresult, or Dossier) intelligently
Performance Measured and Tuned Batch Processing of Records with Blocks in Rails
A reference implementation of a custom React renderer for Rails. Adds benchmarking info to Rails logs for parity with Rails view rendering benchmarking.
And many more…
Will be expanding this page soon, and write some articles about each project and how I use it.