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People often talk about different types of tests, but it can be tough to keep track of what each test does.
You know how people often think Shakespeare and Cervantes died on the same day? In a recent patch to Ruby, Andrew White clarifies this misconception using Time and DateTime.
StrongLikeBull is a new gem that suggests what parameters to permit in your strong parameters configuration based on what request parameters a controller action receives.
Version 3.0 of Shoulda Matchers will be released this summer, with some backward-incompatible changes.
This is the third of a series by Pat Shaughnessy, which is based on his presentation at the Barcelona Ruby Conference. This post in particular is an informal journal of Pat's trip through the guts of Postgres. He will describe the path he took and what he saw along the way.
In this episode of Ruby5, we discuss Regular Extremism, environment variables, functional programming in Ruby, Hash default values, how Arel converts Ruby queries into SQL statements and more!
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.
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