A compelling case for sticking to Ruby's plain old Hash as much as possible. I've lived the pain of serialization errors in higher level of abstractions, so I'd vouch for stick to low level primitives as much as possible when it comes to persistence.
I found this site because macOS Catalina transitioned the default shell from bash to zsh, and am always trying to embrace defaults. A lot of great information for becoming more useful in the macOS Terminal.
My dotcomrade Jeremy Ricketts linked to this post that will strike a nerve with a whole lot of folks, myself included. It's not about screen time vs non screen time. It's about consumption vs creativity.
Ben Burwell provides an excellent tutorial for getting your GitHub Pages behind SSL using CloudFlare's free plan. I was able to follow these instructions and get danott.co setup with SSL in less than 10 minutes.
It turns out that the “inheritance” of a parent’s constants by the child isn’t due to the parent/child relationship. It’s lexical. That means that it’s based on the structure of your code, not on the structure of the objects your code is building.