Back in 2011 I was doing research for the talk that became Exceptional Ruby, and Jim Weirich was nice enough to let me pick his brain on the topic. I was reminded of this email today, and thought I’d share it. There’s a lot of accumulated wisdom about dealing with failure in Ruby (or any […]
Sticking a rescue at the end of a line may seem expedient, but it has a tendency to bite you when you least expect it. In today’s freebie episode, I demonstrate how dangerous an inline rescue can be, as well as showing a legitimate use for the construct.
Video of a talk I gave at Rocky Mountain Ruby 2011, including an exception hack I haven’t documented anywhere else.
If you’re reading this blog there’s a good chance you already know about Hoptoad. For those who don’t know, Hoptoad is a hosted service that does application error logging. You configure your Ruby on Rails, iOS (or other kinds of apps) to send its errors to Hoptoad, and Hoptoad takes care of aggregating the errors, […]
By far the most common request I’ve received from buyers of Exceptional Ruby is for mobile formats, and today I’m happy to grant those requests. All current Exceptional Ruby buyers have received new download links for a combined PDF/ePub/Mobi/HTML download, and future buyers will receive all formats. For anyone curious, the production process for the […]