Join guest chef Jordan Raine for a cave-diving expedition into Ruby's runtime reflection, and learn how to map out unfamiliar code WITHOUT having to grep through the source files!
Stop losing time to debugging your Rails application data. Join Justin Searls for a lightning course in using table_print to tighten your feedback loops.
Today we tap into a rich vein of free debugging information.
Today we'll follow up on episode #372, and introduce some more object pretty-printing capabilities from the awesome_print gem.
Today we take a lightning tour of a power tool for inspecting Ruby objects.
Today we have a little story about debugging.
Today we take the guesswork out of what happens when Ruby executes a method.
Today we explore some more advanced considerations around the "audited predicate" technique from episode #279
Programs are good at giving us "yes" or "no" answers. But often the next question is: "why?". In today's episode we look at one way to answer this question.
When debugging a tricky problem, don't you sometimes wish you could just drop a line of debugging code right in the middle of a third-party gem? This episode shows how …