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Ruby Central is seeking a design sponsor for RailsConf 2016.
Philippe Creux shares a useful gem called virtus that’ll have you using data objects instead of struggling with complex primitives.
Starr Horne explains how to raise any Ruby object as an exception using the “exception” method.
Pat Shaughnessy demonstrates the difference between telling Ruby what to do versus asking Ruby for results.
This week we discuss, ludicrous speed, better commit messages with a .gitmessage template, interactor gem, Ruby for good and inline Gemfile.
On this week’s episode, we discuss the gem gem, RubySpec, tackling god objects, Sequel, and Rails’ fancy exception page.
In-app purchases with RubyMotion, a better ettercap, patching Rails for faster JSON, a Ruby-powered iOS toolchain, and a RubyGem that Carmen Sandiego could love
In this week's episode, we discuss RubyIssue(s), understanding Ruby’s strange “Errno” exceptions, Griddler, Shortcutfoo, and benchmarking Ruby's `method_missing` vs `define_method`.
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