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 […]
Rake is ubiquitous in Ruby-land, but its power is often under-appreciated and under-used. Over the course of the past two weeks I’ve been posting a series of RubyTapas videos I did on Rake. They go into advanced features of Rake that can help you elegantly automate common tasks. Here, for convenience, is a list of […]
Parallelizing Rake tasks for efficiency
How to keep project directories squeaky clean using Rake.
Creating and removing files and directories in Rake.