CSV (Comma Separated Values) is a simple, plain-text, un-typed data interchange format, primarily for tabular data, in which rows are separated by newlines and values are separated by commas, with an optional header row of data identifiers. Some applications may replace the commas with other characters, such as tabs.
What is the best way to learn an API? Manuals? Tutorial? In this episode, follow along with me in a live exploration of the Ruby CSV library using IRB, and …
Part 2/2 of a play-by-play of a recent Ruby data-munging coding session. More fun with regexes, lazy enumerators, and more!
Check out this play-by-play of a recent Ruby data-munging coding session, with commentary on live/fast feedback, lazy enumerators, and more!
Learn about a useful tool for generating realistic-but-fake data for examples and tests.
A counter-intuitive developer productivity super-power.
In some applications there is a many-to-many relationship between types of objects that may be displayed to users, and formats in which they may be rendered. There may even be …
Does code optimized for RAM usage need to be ugly? Find out, in today's episode!