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 …
Have you ever had a project that spat out so much deubg output when it ran that you couldn't tell when it had a legitimate error or warning to report? …
In this quick live episode I demonstrate a standard library that improves on Kernel#p
We all use 'puts' for debugging at some point. This episode shows why 'p' is a better choice.
In this, the most requested RubyTapas episode ever, we'll take a look at xmpfilter, the program I use to evaluate Ruby expressions from within my editor.