Comparing Design Patterns in Ruby and C#: The Iterator Pattern

Continuing our exploration of design patterns in Ruby and C#, we’re going to dive into the Iterator pattern. Like most design patterns, if you google (or bing) for an example you will run into several different implementations because there are many ways to iterate a collection of objects. In it’s classic (well, classing in the

Exploring the Ruby Koans: Building an Object Proxy

Recently I started working through EdgeCase’s Ruby Koans project as a way to become familiar with the Ruby language. The Koans are a set of unit tests that you need to make pass in order to move on to the next step. In making them pass, you learn about the syntax of the Ruby language

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50% off Coupon for JetBrain’s RubyMine

JetBrain’s is offering a 50% off coupon for their new Ruby editor, RubyMine. But you have to sign up for the coupon now and they’ll email you a coupon code that you can use when the product is released. Worth signing up for if you’re even the tiniest bit interested in purchasing the release version.

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