Squongo is a ruby gem encapsulating WAL mode sqlite3 databases to provide an alternative to large document stores utilizing the JSON1 extension. It’s migrationless and provides the user with the ability to have many readers without locking the database while providing a save method that will simply enque on the writer process. It was born out of a need in a personal project and decided to extract it for public release. It’s not my best code I’ve ever written and it still needs comprehensive RSpecs but it’s worth publishing in my opinion.
Last year I added support for building the
sqlite3ruby gem against sqlcipher allowing ruby apps to access and query
We stand on the shoulders of giants, but the giants don’t use two factor auth.
Finally finished all the mods to my 821 Monster.
Sunset from the Lookout Mountain Hang Gliding edge.
An excerpt from Vice President Henry Wallace defining American Fascism:
Surprisingly there’s not too much correlation between price and safety though you should clearly not just buy the cheapest thing on Amazon.
These are just a few tips I’ve picked up from other more experienced riders and personal experience as a beginner.