Lose the bundle exec muscle memory and get back to the good old days... with the help of binstubs!
Part of README-driven-development is prioritizing delivery over getting something working on our own machine. In today's video, Jessica Kerr demonstrates this concept using an NPM example.
Nobody likes repeatedly typing out lengthy command-line incantations. Today let's make our containerized work easier by customizing our environment!
Before YAML, before JSON, there were null-terminated records. See how this simple, pragmatic technique greases the pipes between UNIX command-line tools---and how you can harness it in your Ruby one-liners!
Ruby can be your multitool for all kinds of text-munging tasks. But to use it effectively, you need to understand how Ruby handles line endings and record separators.
Ruby has a lot of tools for processing input line-by-line. But when you look a little closer, it turns out that these methods are for more than just lines of …
Did you know Ruby has a print method in addition to puts? Did you know it's for record-oriented output? Do you know how to control the formatting of records in …
As we continue exploring Ruby one-liner alternatives to UNIX command-line operations, today we tackle a common case: a combination of grepping through multiple files, and collating the results.
Have you ever wondered how to tailor Ruby console output to the specific size of the user's terminal? In this video you'll learn how, using the io/console standard library!