Vagrant-ception

If you don't know, Vagrant is really nice tool for setting up transparent development VM environments. This gets rid of the 'works on my machine' excuse. It's a really nice tool and I recommend you try it out. How deep can we go? Vagrant also allows you to run a script once a new VM is provisioned so you can check your script in to version control and everyone is working with the same environment. That being said, I wondered if you could write a bootstrap script that creates a VM, installs Vagrant, inits, and provisions another VM which in turn installs Vagrant, inits, and provisions anot…

Starting Off Easy: Missing sqlite3/sqlite3_native

I don't like the hackneyed "My First Blog Post!!!" cheesy stuff. I jump right into the projects I'm working on, problems I run into, and my solutions. Background So I've still been configuring my Arch Linux machine for development, specifically Ruby on Rails as of recent. Rails 4.0 defaults to sqlite3, which is in the official repositories. If you’re familiar with Rails you know that it is intrinsically simple to get a running web application. In my opinion no other framework does more work for you. For those of you that don’t know: rails new project_name That's it; start a server wit…