All episodes published in 2014
Today we'll refactor some real-world business logic for clarity and ease of debugging.
In this guest episode, Rob Miller shows off some super powers of Ruby's `Kernel#open`.
Ever wanted to have fancy pattern-matching in Ruby like that found in languages like Erlang or Elixir? Well, today we'll construct the ability to do just that!
Today's special is a demonstration of how we can use Ruby's built-in "destructuring" capabilities to simplify complex assignments.
In today's special guest episode, Tom Stuart shows us the benefits of using enumerators as immutable collections.
Continuing our discussion of the `next` keyword, today we'll look at some advanced usages.
Today's episode introduces the next keyword, and how we can use it to control the result of loop iterations.
Guest chef Nell Shamrell shares an intro to working with regex capture groups in this episode.
In today's episode, we use a Ruby keyword to make a loop more flexible in the face of failures.