Straightforward advice for those getting started.
spec_helper.rb file into a
spec_helper.rb file and a
to load only the necessary dependencies in a spec.
This is now the default in Rails.
A programming language with a type system can help you
design abstractions and avoid mistakes.
How to set up and style a Middleman static site with the Bourbon Sass suite.
An in-depth overview of INSERT, SELECT, UPDATE, and DELETE statements,
ORDER BY, INNER JOIN, LEFT OUTER JOIN, WHERE, GROUP BY, and HAVING clauses,
and topics such as join tables and sub-queries.
Calculations across objects are ripe for using a map and an inject but frequently, with ActiveRecord, the solution is more elegant and faster if we can have SQL do the work instead.
Announcing the latest version of Shoulda Matchers,
now ready for Rails 4.1.
How moving some data out of the database and into your codebase
as well-named constants can decouple your code and improve performance.
Introducing Hound, a hosted service that keeps your codebase clean
by commenting on style guide violations or other linting issues
in your GitHub pull requests.
Step-by-step instructions for learning Test-Driven Development (TDD) in Ruby.
There’s nothing to fear!