Episode #263 - April 13th, 2012
Adhearsion 2.0 released ... Eric Hodel's rdoc-spellcheck 1.0 released ... Dr. Nic's App Scrolls ... Dan Croak's "Decorators vs. Other Patterns" blog post ... Pat Shaughnessy's "Why You Should Be Excited About Garbage Collection in Ruby 2.0" blog post ... DHH's "Testing like the TSA" blog post.
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Adhearsion 2.0 has been released, with Rayo protocol, redesigned website,
and completely updated documentation.
Speling cownts, poeple! Eric Hodel's rdoc-spellcheck helps you spellcheck
your RDoc documentation.
"When I start a new project I want to start how I plan to finish." Crack the enigma of that sentence with App Scrolls.
Decorators vs Other Patterns
Not sure how to decorate your presenter with a composite strategy? Dan Croak from Thoughtbot will clear it all up for you.
Garbage Collection in Ruby 2.0
Take out the trash with Pat Shaughnessy and his deep-dive into Ruby 2.0's new garbage collection algorithm.
Testing like the TSA
Rails creator David Heinemeier Hansson blogs his opinion about what's worth
testing, taking the conversation from black-and-white to grey. Some great
discussion in the comment trail.