Love the self.all method! It's like self-made (get it?) version of the Rails Model.all. Makes me wonder what the Rails implementation is like.
For some reason I’ve always felt self to be quite intuitive even though I logically agree with all the weird things.
I always had way more hangups with, say, JS’s this.
I was just thinking about that today! I have very basic knowledge of JS and remember learning about this and not getting it at all. I'm hoping my understanding of Ruby's self with help when I get to JS's this in the Flatiron curriculum.
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