This is another non-blog. Just an article I liked. I think many non-developers, would consider transitioning to programming if they made this sort of realization
So what if you want to write an Ansible script that requires you to shut down Apache at the beginning, run the rest of your commands and then restart Apache at the end and one of your commands fails in the middle? This leaves you with your a failed script and Apache still stopped.
For a project I'm working on, I was trying to build a check-box filter, where each check-box represents a relation in a has_many through association, and each new checked box further reduces the results. This is my solution.
This isn't actually a blog post as much as just sharing an article I liked. I think most developers, especially those that didn't take the CS degree route, can relate to this.
A quick overview of using the CodeCatalyst promise-as3 library and all of the tips I wish I'd had when I picked it up.