Sean Carley and I have been spending a bunch of time crawling around inside Ruby recently. I’ve certainly come to understand more about Ruby, hopefully, this will help my day to day programming too.
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I’ve started two new projects to help me master Ruby.
The Ruby Web Bench a tool to replace ab with something that fits my needs better.
The Test First Challenge mailing list.
I’m working on the first, though it’s already a pretty nice tool. The second is an opportunity for me (and others) to see how people work in a test first setting.
Wrote one about Rake (a Ruby task automation language/tool). I really love the flexibility Ruby gives you to write Domain Specific Languages that are still Ruby under the hood.
is to write about it.
IBM just published another Ruby article I’ve written, this one’s about Debugging Ruby Code.
Maybe after another hundred or so articles, I’ll be able to start thinking of myself as a master.
One of the things of been doing lately is writing about Ruby. An article of mine was released on IBM’s DeveloperWorks site last week (yay!), and just got linked from OS News (http://www.osnews.com/story.php?news_id=11574) which is pretty awesome too.