Today I Learned
I started making a
before_filter that would redirect a request from a bot.
After returning to the code, I decided it would be better to
rescue_from SomeCustomError, with: :what_was_previously_a_before_filter so that the code
did not have to run on every single request. This probably amounts to minimal
performance gains in terms of actual execution time, but I think it brought
clarity to the code by having the happy path occur first.
Taking the time to organize your folders/files into something predictable needs to be done quickly when you’re working with branches of code. Every divergent branch means a delay in making it happen.