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From his Idiosyncratic Ruby blog series, Janis Lelis shares a collection of advanced regular expression features that work within Ruby.
Star Hoorne recently posted about “The Rubyist’s Guide to Environment Variables” and how more Rubyists are relying on them today.
Kamil Lelonek breaks down the concepts of functional programming in his latest article.
Bert Goethal explains Ruby’s Hash and its “default value” features.
Pat Saughnessy dives “20,000 Leagues Under ActiveRecord” in his Barcelona Ruby Conference talk, explaining how ActiveRecord executes SQL queries in Rails. Here in this blog post, Pat goes further into detail about how Arel is used to manage SQL queries and discusses topics such as Relational Algebra and Abstract Syntax Trees.
Janis Miezitis recently posted about some techniques used to help dry up code when using dependency injection.
In this episode of Ruby5, we discuss Ruby conferences, Torba, why Rails may kill Ruby, engagement with Rails, Apipie, and the 10 most widely read contributed articles in practicing Ruby.
On today's episode, we'll discuss Ruby dispatch strategies, collection rendering, algorithmic fun with Ruby hashes and more!
In this episode of the Ruby5, we discuss how to make your own rack server, the the default_proc method from Hash, pluck, and the top 10 Ruby on Rails books.
React.js and Rails, Ruby Patterns, a new XML/HTML parser, Ruby Object Mapper gets an upgrade, and ActiveSupport grows
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