Value Objects Explained with Ruby

Ruby
by Steven Yang, Jul 15
In the previous article, we used the golden master technique to dump the entire body of an HTTP response to a file. This file was a quick-and-dirty validation that our changes did ...

Network Architecture Based on Gaming

Ruby
by João M. D. Moura, Jun 06
In the previous article, we used the golden master technique to dump the entire body of an HTTP response to a file. This file was a quick-and-dirty validation that our changes did ...

Getting Your Javascript Under Control

Ruby
by Dave Kennedy, Mar 14
In the previous article, we used the golden master technique to dump the entire body of an HTTP response to a file. This file was a quick-and-dirty validation that our changes did ...

Method Signature You Can Sink Your Teeth Into

Ruby
by Jonathan Jackson, Mar 07
In the previous article, we used the golden master technique to dump the entire body of an HTTP response to a file. This file was a quick-and-dirty validation that our changes did ...

A Perspective on SOA

Ruby
by Marcus Lankenau, Feb 18
In the previous article, we used the golden master technique to dump the entire body of an HTTP response to a file. This file was a quick-and-dirty validation that our changes did ...

Anatomy of an Exploit: An In-depth Look at the Rails YAML Vulnerability

Ruby
by Richard Schneeman, Feb 04
In the previous article, we used the golden master technique to dump the entire body of an HTTP response to a file. This file was a quick-and-dirty validation that our changes did ...

Design Patterns in Ruby: Observer, Singleton

Ruby
by Thiago Jackiw, Jan 31
In the previous article, we used the golden master technique to dump the entire body of an HTTP response to a file. This file was a quick-and-dirty validation that our changes did ...

State Machines in Ruby

Ruby
by Dave Kennedy, Jan 28
In the previous article, we used the golden master technique to dump the entire body of an HTTP response to a file. This file was a quick-and-dirty validation that our changes did ...

Code Metrics and You

Ruby
by Jonathan Jackson, Jan 03
In the previous article, we used the golden master technique to dump the entire body of an HTTP response to a file. This file was a quick-and-dirty validation that our changes did ...

Cracking Gems: Reading Ruby Code

Ruby
by Dhaivat Pandya, Dec 18
In the previous article, we used the golden master technique to dump the entire body of an HTTP response to a file. This file was a quick-and-dirty validation that our changes did ...

Data Structures, Big O and You

Ruby
by Daniel Cooper, Nov 13
In the previous article, we used the golden master technique to dump the entire body of an HTTP response to a file. This file was a quick-and-dirty validation that our changes did ...

Ruby Tidbits

Ruby
by Dhaivat Pandya, Nov 08
In the previous article, we used the golden master technique to dump the entire body of an HTTP response to a file. This file was a quick-and-dirty validation that our changes did ...

Composition & Inheritance

Ruby
by Daniel Cooper, Oct 30
In the previous article, we used the golden master technique to dump the entire body of an HTTP response to a file. This file was a quick-and-dirty validation that our changes did ...

Scaling Your Web Application: VPS vs PAAS

Ruby
by Andy Hawthorne, Oct 09
In the previous article, we used the golden master technique to dump the entire body of an HTTP response to a file. This file was a quick-and-dirty validation that our changes did ...

Continuous Integration with CiJoe

Ruby
by Dave Kennedy, Sep 25
In the previous article, we used the golden master technique to dump the entire body of an HTTP response to a file. This file was a quick-and-dirty validation that our changes did ...

Page Caching with HTTP

Ruby
by Daniel Cooper, Sep 04
In the previous article, we used the golden master technique to dump the entire body of an HTTP response to a file. This file was a quick-and-dirty validation that our changes did ...

Data Context Interaction: The Evolution of the Object Oriented Paradigm

Ruby
by Victor Savkin, Aug 30
In the previous article, we used the golden master technique to dump the entire body of an HTTP response to a file. This file was a quick-and-dirty validation that our changes did ...

Polish Your Gems

Ruby
by Daniel Cooper, Aug 21
In the previous article, we used the golden master technique to dump the entire body of an HTTP response to a file. This file was a quick-and-dirty validation that our changes did ...

Simple, Organized Queueing with Resque

Ruby
by Peter Brindisi, Jun 04
In the previous article, we used the golden master technique to dump the entire body of an HTTP response to a file. This file was a quick-and-dirty validation that our changes did ...

SOLID Ruby: Single Responsibility Principle

Ruby
by Lucas Húngaro, May 23
In the previous article, we used the golden master technique to dump the entire body of an HTTP response to a file. This file was a quick-and-dirty validation that our changes did ...

DDD for Rails Developers. Part 3: Aggregates.

Ruby
by Victor Savkin, May 09
In the previous article, we used the golden master technique to dump the entire body of an HTTP response to a file. This file was a quick-and-dirty validation that our changes did ...

Using Sinatra Helpers to Clean Up Your Code

Ruby
by Darren Jones, May 07
In the previous article, we used the golden master technique to dump the entire body of an HTTP response to a file. This file was a quick-and-dirty validation that our changes did ...

Hitchhiker's Guide to Metaprogramming: Class/Module Hooks

Ruby
by Jonathan Jackson, Apr 23
In the previous article, we used the golden master technique to dump the entire body of an HTTP response to a file. This file was a quick-and-dirty validation that our changes did ...

DDD for Rails Developers. Part 2: Entities and Values

Ruby
by Victor Savkin, Mar 30
In the previous article, we used the golden master technique to dump the entire body of an HTTP response to a file. This file was a quick-and-dirty validation that our changes did ...