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Episode #162

March 29, 2011

MiniTest, Lunchy, Ruby Method Finder, and using Backup with Heroku's pgbackup, as well as HTML5 multi-file upload, Rack::PageSpeed, and a Rails Testing Workshop for ch...


Find that method you've been looking for with Ruby Method Finder

If you often find yourself having to refer to the documentation to identify the name of that method that does that thing... then you might want to give Ruby Method Finder a try, by Michael Kohl. You give it an input and an expected result, and it'll tell you the method that'll get you there, just like the Small Talk Method Finder.

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