In Episode #90 we talked with Avdi about pair programming, distributed teams, workflows, and of course, Ruby! Needless to say, we’re big fans of Avdi and his work — and we’re happy to have him sponsor the RSS feed this week.
RubyTapas are short screencasts of Ruby and programming goodness twice a week from Avdi Grimm. Avdi does a phenomenal job of breaking down complex topics into understandable parts. He will introduce you to a wide variety of intermediate to advanced Ruby concepts, techniques, and core Object-Oriented design principles.
Don’t just take our word — Avdi has shared an exclusive, Changelog-only, freebie of Episode #72 for you to check out (the video above). The episode is called “Random Access” and it kicked off a short mini-series for Avdi where he takes his subscribers on a journey to reimplement a small subset of the UNIX “tail” command in Ruby.
If you’re a member, you pay just $6 for 3 months (saving you 77%).
- #73 – Tail Part 2: Do-While
- #74 – Tail Part 3: #rindex
- #75 – Tail Part 4: copy_stream
- #76 – Tail Part 5: Idiom
- #77 – Tail Part 6: Process as Object
- #78 – Tail Part 7: Cooperating Objects
Special thanks to RubyTapas for sponsoring the RSS feed this week.
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