OK, so I really like my new job. I can admit it. It’s not glamorous and there are no scantily clad women-folk running around; but, I’m learing a lot and finding out stuff about myself that I could plausibly deny in the dance world. Of course, this job will be on standby while I’m at GHP doinig the Director of Dance thing. I am very much looking forward to it despite my being assigned to what is, perhaps, one of the worst configurations of a dance studio I’ve every seen. I won’t bitch about it too much. I’m happy to return and thankful that I have a couple of summer’s experience going in. I am not happy about having to jeopardize my position at IntenseTech. Still, I’m thinking that I can devote two hours a day to remote work while at GHP without sacrificing my responsibilities at both. It just means that I can’t spend too much time at the bar. That’s for the best too. Some sort of balance will have to be struck. At any rate, I haven’t blogged in a while and so for anyone reading this, and my visitor logs are most bizarre (who do I know in Washington State?), things are as normal here, I’m in a show, Tam’s just finished a show, and Tess’ latest is opening books and babbling as if she’s reading the text. Tess is a hoot. Oh boy. I love my little one! All right. I’m back to my “Old 33” and mentally preparing myself for another day of the same.
After much wailing and gnashing of teeth I have found what worked for me when setting up a developer environment for RoR:
For some reason, the pluralization feature of Rails was gumming up the works. Once it’s dead I was up and running! Yay!
This is one of those gotchas that should be looked at for upcoming releases. It took me a while to find this solution after looking all over everywhere…
I’m working on a new project:
Its kinda scary.