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Two years of RubyTapas (free episode!)

It took a tweet from Noel Rappin to remind me, but it seems that today marks two years since the first episode of RubyTapas went live. I started RubyTapas with a simple concept: that Ruby developers might enjoy frequent, short, focused videos on intermediate to advanced Ruby and OO concepts. One new idea, distilled into short […]

New book! Birthday sale!

TL;DR: New book project, The Rake Field Manual. Today only, buy early access to it at half-price ($12.50) with coupon code HAPPY0X22. Or get any of my other books and videos at half price with code BDAY0X22. Or get your first three months of RubyTapas for the price of one by signing up using this link. Hi folks! It’s that time of year again. The […]

Typist Wanted

I love most aspects of making RubyTapas. I love the research, and the writing. I enjoy doing voice-over. I even like editing the video, at least some of the time. And of course I love the feedback that the videos generate. What I don’t really enjoy is the actual screen-recording part. I am a terrible […]

Watch me build an app (one day sale!)

As I posted a few months ago, the good folks at TekPub recently took my hours of footage of a weekend coding project and turned it into a tightly edited hour-and-fifteen-minute screencast. Well, as you might have heard, TekPub has since been acquired by Pluralsight. First of all, I just want to say huge congratulations […]

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"The three virtues of a programmer: laziness, impatience, and hubris" — Larry Wall

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Confident Ruby

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The Making of Cowsays.com

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Watch me build an app in Sinatra and Rails

Objects on Rails

Objects on Rails

A developer notebook on applying classic Object-Oriented principles to Ruby on Rails projects.

Exceptional Ruby

Exceptional Ruby

The definitive guide to exceptions and failure handling in Ruby.

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