Today we dive a little deeper into trapping signals.
Today, in an episode requested by Admiral Akbar, we're going to delve into signals and, (of course) traps.
Today we'll look at how to automate interactive console programs from Ruby.
It may seem counter-intuitive, but sometimes we need randomness to be predictable. Today's episode explores how we can accomplish this, and why we might want to.
Today we'll learn a little more about the SecureRandom module.
On today's agenda: a deep dive into the meaning of "randomness".
In this episode we'll build a simple command-prompt loop in Ruby.
In this guest episode, Rob Miller shows off some super powers of Ruby's Kernel#open.
Even the most basic of Ruby methods sometimes have hidden depth. Today we'll take a look at some advanced uses of the puts method.
You might remember the Gateway and Mapper patterns from recent episodes. Today we'll look at how to insert a caching layer between those two patterns. In the process, we'll examine …