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re: Ruby 2.7 new feature: Method reference operator
The commit says the operator is introduced as an experiment...
re: Level Up Your Ruby Skillz: Working With Arrays
You can also define your own methods and do something simil...
re: You are the perfect interviewee. How would you design an events booking system in five minutes?
Thank you all for your advice. Grrr, I'm so cross with myse...
re: Being a middle aged junior
So much of this rings true for me. Thanks for sharing your ...
re: Be careful when memoizing booleans!
🤦 Of course. Thanks for the explanation. I'd convinced myse...
re: Be careful when memoizing booleans!
Thanks. I'd never considered styleguides to be such an inva...
re: What's Your Computing Cocktail Party Fact?
Argh. That will teach me for picking up my cocktail party t...
re: What's Your Computing Cocktail Party Fact?
usr (as in /usr/local/bin/...) doesn't stand for 'user'. It...
re: Value objects in Ruby
Yes, a lot more convenient. Thanks. I wish I'd known about ...
re: Value objects in Ruby
Thank you. That had slipped from my radar. Yes, Comparable ...
re: How to Successfully Onboard a Junior Developer
That's an experience I wish I had. My on-boarding was a pre...
re: Remember phonebooks?
TVs were fat and when you switched them off the screen was ...
re: How can you swap two variables without using a third?
Same in Ruby.
re: Please keep using Ruby
POODR is an excellent book. There's also 99 Bottles by Sand...
re: What's your atomic bomb?
I worked on a book about Brexit, written by one of the UK's...
re: How do you commit in GitHub ?
These are things I've picked up as I've gone along. I got b...
re: How do you commit in GitHub ?
My personal preference is to git add ... -p. Eyeballing eac...
re: Using Aliases to Speed Up Your Git Workflow
I don't have many aliases for git commands but seeing git a...
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