Episode 11 - Noel Rappin
Noel Rappin joins the show to talk about his new book, "Programming Ruby 3.2", best known as the "Pickaxe Book". Noel talks about his adventures working on a legacy book and even having to deal with some legacy code in a legacy book. The Pickaxe Book is one of the biggest, and oldest, books on my shelf so it's no surprise that this was a beast of an update.
- @noelrap on Twitter
- Ruby Discord
- The Ruby Learning Center
- Purchase "Programming Ruby 3.2" from The Pragmatic Bookshelf
- Discussions on devtalk.com
- Report Errors on devtalk.com
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