For the whole of May, I will blog about weird things in Ruby over at Idiosyncratic Ruby – Don’t miss it!
Rails migrations are easy to understand and easy to write. However, you can save some unnecessary key strokes by applying these three tips :)
.gemspec file of a gem allows to specify requirements for that gem – but usually you do not get to see them. These five lines patch RubyGems, so that
gem displays the requirements of a gem after it has been installed:
Not everyone likes debuggers. I rather print the debug values myself – it works and I do not need to learn a debugger :P