Articles Tagged “ruby”

  • GSwR VI: Stay Classy with Ruby

    GSwR VI: Stay Classy with Ruby

    This entry is part 6 of 6 in the series Getting Started with Ruby Welcome to the last post in the Getting Started with Ruby series. In the previous post, we covered writing our own…

  • A Look at Ruby 2.1

    In this article, we take a look at the spanking new features of Ruby 2.1. It was first announced by Matz at the Barcelona Ruby Conference (BaRuCo) 2013. We’ll be focusing on Ruby 2.1.0, which…

  • Go for Rubyists, II

    In this article, we’ll be looking through some more of Go’s features through a Ruby lens. In case you missed it, you can find Part I here, although you don’t have to read it to…

  • The (Silver) Bullet for the N+1 Problem

    The (Silver) Bullet for the N+1 Problem

    Rails is one of the popular choices when it comes to building your Minimum Viable Products(MVP). You can bootstrap, prototype, and release an application with such ease that Rails is many developers default choce for…

  • We Want Ruby Writers (and Ice Cream)

    We Want Ruby Writers (and Ice Cream)

    Here at , we are always on the hunt for those that feel compelled to share their Ruby experience. The Ruby community is distinct, friendly, and frothing over with smart folk. In fact, I am…

  • Ruby TCP Chat

    Today, we are going to build a little TCP ruby chat application using the ruby standard library Socket. I’m using ruby 2.0.0, and Ubuntu Linux 12.04LTS, but it should work on Mac OS too. I…

  • Code Kata

    Can You Be a Ninja? After many years working for different companies on different applications, I’ve seen a lot of techniques that claim to help developers improve their programming skills. Unfortunately, only a few really…

  • Making Links in Ruby

    You have an app that has a note field and you don’t allow HTML in that field. The users would like the ability to add links into that field. How about implementing a link discovery…

  • Common Trip-ups for New Rubyists, Part I

    Once internalized, Ruby is a fairly straightforward language. Until that happens, however, many potential converts are turned off by some of its more unusual aspects. This series hopes to clear up some of the confusion…

  • A Guide to the Ruby CSV Library, Part I

    Several weeks ago I needed to do something in Ruby that involved processing a large number of CSV files. I was happy to learn there was a good, comprehensive CSV library to make my job…