In this post I am trying to point out some Ruby features you might want to use with a lot of caution.
Maybe I am missing the point, but is 'IF !' or 'IF NOT' really so hard to read that it deserves another keyword? This seems like the very definition of 'syntactic sugar'. I am not sure if meaningless variation between programming languag...
Better Specs tries to fill the miss of testing guidelines by collecting most of the best practices developers has been learning the hard way through years of experience
awesome_print - Pretty print your Ruby objects with style -- in full color and with proper indentation
hazelnut - A Pow-preferred barebones starting point for designers using Jekyll.
A protip by gabebw about libxml, nokogiri, rails, and ruby.
dino - Dino is a ruby gem that helps you bootstrap prototyping with an Arduino