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Dillon Welch
Works at Q-Centrix
Attended Louisiana Tech University
Lives in San Diego
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Stubbing Global Methods in JS Specs with Sinon
In your Rails app, your JS should be tested too! Setting that up is a topic for another post. When testing your JS, a lot of the same philosophies apply. One of those is mocking methods other than the one you're testing. How do you do this for methods in ot...
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Using self.included to Include Dependencies
As part of a project I'm working on, I created a mountable engine for extracting all authentication concerns for the app. I created a TestHelper module that includes methods for mocking various aspects required for authentication. These methods require Devi...
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Cleaning out server assets in development
Depending on your server settings (config/environments/development.rb), some of your assets (css, js, images, etc.) may end up being cached by the server and won't reflect your changes. Fortunately, there is a command to clear all of these out so they will ...
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Cindy Richard's profile photo
Sean Semple's profile photo
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Timothy Moore Jr's profile photo
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Software Engineer
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Ruby on Rails, Ruby, Programming, PHP, Mathematics, C, C++, iOS
Employment
  • Q-Centrix
    Software Engineer, 2015 - present
  • Wayfair
    Software Engineer, 2013 - 2014
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San Diego
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Ruston - Mission Viejo - Costa Mesa - Mandeville - Boston
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If you hold a Unix shell to your ear, can you hear the C?
Education
  • Louisiana Tech University
    Computer Science/Math, 2009 - 2013
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This particular location, as well as the furniture, is pretty great. The furniture on display is pretty decent quality, and the employees are very friendly and helpful. One of their employees worked with me through the entire process to make sure I got everything I needed, even giving me a $10 discount when I remembered an item he forgot to add during checkout. I bought a new mattress and a dining room set and was very impressed with both items. Unfortunately, their customer service after you've purchased their furniture is not that great. When my first delivery came, they brought Eastern King box springs for my California King mattress. They were scheduled to bring the correct ones the next day, but never came. When I called about it, they all of the sudden had a wildly different phone number for me even though they called me on the correct number on the first visit. I had to schedule a third delivery attempt before I finally got everything straight. A few days later, one of the dining room chairs made a huge creaking noise like something inside broke. I called again to see about getting it fixed, and was told that a new part was ordered and would arrive within 1-2 business days to be fixed. From this, I assumed that someone would come to my location and fix the chair. I also figured that I would receive a phone call when it came in. Unfortunately, my assumption was incorrect. When I called again days later, I found out that I had to take the chair all the way to their Chula Vista warehouse location (a 20+ minute drive). When I did that, the one guy in the whole place who could fix it was mysteriously gone and would fix it sometime later, meaning I would have to come back another day. Again, I was told that I would receive a call and never received one. Fortunately, when I called back 2 days later it was ready and I picked it up. In summary, the salespeople are decent and friendly, the products are of decent quality, but be prepared for frustration if something goes wrong.
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