ActiveRecord has become practically synonymous with SQL database access in Ruby, but it's not the only way to talk to SQL stores. Today we'll explore Sequel, a wonderfully rich tool …
Today's episode covers an incredibly handy capability of Ruby's hashes that I didn't know about until recently.
Today we explore a pattern for bridging the gap between different domain models.
Today we follow up on the last episode to talk about YAML::Store. It's like PStore, only with YAML!
In today's episode we take a look at PStore, a simple but capable persistence mechanism that ships with Ruby.
This episode takes a look at how to use the Nokogiri gem to extract data from large HTML documents without reading the whole document into memory.
In the last episode we gave a class the ability to cache HTTP responses in a Hash or something that behaves like a Hash. Now we'll introduce the Moneta gem, …
This cautionary episode demonstrates and explains a Hash gotcha that often comes as a surprise.
Does code optimized for RAM usage need to be ugly? Find out, in today's episode!
Hash#fetch is one of my favorite methods. In this episode, I take a look at using it to assert the existence of hash keys.