All episodes published in 2014
In today's episode, we use a Ruby keyword to make a loop more flexible in the face of failures.
Guest chef Peter Cooper drops some binary science in today's episode!
In this episode we'll see how Ruby lets us retry operations without resorting to a loop.
Today's episode is about coordinating application workflow using simple Ruby idioms.
Today's dish is about a fun-but-useful easter egg in the Ruby standard library.
We've seen ranges and upto/downto methods. Today we take a look at a generalized way to step through arbitrary, potentially infinite number sequences.
Sometimes a range doesn't cut it.
In today's episode, we'll eliminate a conditional by passing an argument to the Array#pop method
In today's episode, we put together several of the small bits of Ruby lore we've learned in order to build a simple and pragmatic mail templating system.