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RubySource: .NET to Ruby: Namespacing, Naming Conventions, Comments & Documentation

By Gavin Miller

Ruby is an opinionated language, and it has an opinionated community. This is a great thing. It keeps the language clean, understandable, and fun. Ruby can be antagonistic when it comes to a framework like .NET, and I’ll touch on that in this post.

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RubySource: .NET to Ruby: Namespacing, Naming Conventions, Comments & Documentation

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Gavin Miller is a Calgary based application developer. He works with Ruby, and iOS, and is a co-owner of RANDOMTYPE Inc. Gavin enjoys a good cup of coffee, rock climbing, and driving his bright orange vintage 74 Honda motorcycle.

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