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Samuel Mullen
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If you're not having fun, you're doing it wrong.
If you're not having fun, you're doing it wrong.

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The first article in a new series: Experiments on Rails - http://samuelmullen.com/2015/02/experiments-on-rails/

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I'm launching a new project called Freelancing Digest. It's a semi-monthly (the 1st and 15th of each month) newsletter directed at freelancers and independents. It will be full of links - curated by me -  to some of the best articles on the web about being an independent.

The first issue comes out January 1, 2015. Don't miss it...cuz then you'll have to go to the site, click the archive link, and then click the "article "1 link. Who has time for all that clicking?

Remember, it's Freelancing Digest http://freelancingdigest.com

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I wrote a fairly in-depth review of the Mac app, Dash. It's an API documentation browser and code snippet manager, and I think every developer (running a Mac) would benefit from using it.

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I published my first blog post on Swift, Apple's new programming language. Using Swift's Closures With NSTimer: http://www.samuelmullen.com/2014/07/using-swifts-closures-with-nstimer/

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Not every Ruby on Rails application is created equal. If you need to decide whether or not to take on a legacy Rails project, or if you're a project owner and are interested in how I make that determination, I've written up an article on just that topic.

Evaluating Rails Projects: http://www.samuelmullen.com/2014/06/evaluating-rails-projects/

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My second article for O'Reilly Media just went live. It's an introduction to the Arel relational algebra library for Ruby on Rails.

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I'm very excited about this: I have the opportunity to be one of the contributors for O'Reilly Media's "Ruby Beta". My first article is "Delegation Patterns in Ruby"
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