LiveLessons - Effective Ruby
English | Duration: 4h 6m | .FLV | h264, yuv420p, 1280x720, 30.00 fps(r) | aac, 44100 Hz, stereo | 1.21 GB
Effective Ruby LiveLessons Video Training explains the tips, tricks and best practices used by the most proficient Rubyists. The series is based on Effective Ruby, the book written by Peter Jones for the Effective Software Development Series. Each lesson contains a set of items designed to provide expert guidance on what to do and what to avoid when writing Ruby. Hands-on demonstrations help the viewer understand how to put each item into action.
Each of the video’s five lessons includes items centered on a key topic. The video starts with items focused on how to make effective use of arrays and hashes before moving on to lessons that teach viewers how to improve their objects by creating seams between them and how to write excellent tests for their Ruby applications. Next, the training teaches viewers how to solve problems associated with enumerables and callables, and finally how to best make use of the standard library. After watching this video, Rubyists will have gained the knowledge necessary to really master the language; viewers will be able to immediately apply the advice, tips, and tricks learned to the Ruby programs they’re writing to improve the quality of their code.
What You Will Learn
How to write Ruby code that will be easier to change in the future
How to make better use of the standard library and Ruby language features for greater productivity
How to make better and faster technical decisions through the development of a “reference frame”