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Thursday
Mar182010

Ruby Nation / Best Practices


I’ll be attending this year’s Ruby Nation conference in Reston, VA April 9-10, and I’m quite looking forward to it. The list of speakers and talks is absolutely fantastic, and includes the excellent Nick Sieger, whom I had the pleasure of first meeting at Ruby Fringe in 2008. There are still a couple of open registration seats left if you haven’t signed up yet. If any of the Ruby heads out there want to meet up, I’ll be in town from the evening of April 8th to the morning of April 11th. You can find me on Twitter as @billymeltdown.

I’ve been spending a little time revisiting some of the core concepts and industry practices with Ruby, and recently Bret Morgan of DBL Systems pointed me in the direction of Gregory Brown’s newly published book, Ruby Best Practices. The first chapter alone is excellent, a kind of sermon for Test-Driven Development, and I highly recommend it.


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