My new ZSH prompt

One topic I have not yet wrote about is my custom shell. If you're comfortable with unix at all, and use a unix based system (pretty much anything but Windows), you've come to know that the shell is possibly one of the most important parts of your computer. Yet, so many people neglect their shells, using the system default. Some people are unaware that you can even customize it. Then there is the opposite end of the spectrum, those who customize their shells so much to the point that they don't really know how to use non-customized shells.

I've recently reinstalled and updated my zsh on my shell, and thought I might share the process. People on Google+ seemed supportive of the idea, so if you want to know more, please, keep reading.

Ruby tricks for noobs

Over the past year, starting in early January, and progressing to now, I've been teaching myself ruby and rails. There are some tricks everyone picks up along the way, little things that make programming enjoyable, speedier, and helps you produce simpler code. These are the things that you don't often read about, but pick up along the way.