Let's talk about Ruby's .tap method. How does it differ from related combinators? When should we use it? And... why is it called "tap", anyway?
Constants, globals, locals, instance variables, methods... Ruby has a lot of namespaces. Let's learn about a Ruby power tool for reflecting on these names no matter what space they come …
A surprising Rubocop warning inspired this video about an obscure bit of Ruby semantics. Find out why you never need to worry about return values in Ruby setter methods!
In today's video, learn a concise and expressive syntax for merging several Ruby hashes into one!
Binstubs can be a great convenience for project automation, but there are some complications with Rails. Let's clear things up and get your project commands on a solid footing.
Lose the bundle exec muscle memory and get back to the good old days... with the help of binstubs!