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Three real world examples of RSpec custom matchers

Three real world examples of RSpec custom matchers Posted by skwp on October 30, 2013 — 0 comments The Reverb.com team shares Three real world examples of RSpec custom matchers . Are you looking for a senior role in a lean team building a fast growing musician's marketplace? Rubyists & iOS people, contact us. Comments “ ” Post a Comment Comment abilities for non registered users are currently deactivated, pending time to add a proper CAPTCHA to solve the escalating spam problem. Sorry!

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The Three Blind Myths.

ricksblog.com 30 Oct '13, 10am

I could probably add to this list for quite a while. But these are the false myths that .whatever is trying to build their...

Three Most Impressive Contemporary Coffee Shops in the World: Coffee shops or coffeehouses have long served it...

Three Most Impressive Contemporary Coffee Shops...

brewed-coffee.com 30 Oct '13, 2pm

Coffee shops or coffeehouses have long served its purpose as a social place for meeting people. Many historical coffee sho...

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uggaustralia.com 30 Oct '13, 1pm

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Find out which three 2013 Lottery Picks have signed to Jordan Brand.

Find out which three 2013 Lottery Picks have si...

solecollector.com 31 Oct '13, 2pm

Yesterday, Jordan Brand made official their signings of Victor Oladipo, Otto Porter Jr. and Cody Zeller - the 2nd, 3rd, an...

Custom Countdown: The Top 10 Custom Sneakers of October

Custom Countdown: The Top 10 Custom Sneakers of...

nicekicks.com 04 Nov '13, 8pm

Just as popular and ever-present in the sneaker game as retros and new silhouettes, customs have carved their own niche in...

Setting Up Rails Engine With Rspec, Guard and Zeus

rubyflow.com 29 Oct '13, 4am

Setting Up Rails Engine With Rspec, Guard and Zeus Posted by nepalonrails on October 29, 2013 — 0 comments I love the spee...