08 Mar '12, 2am

Jay Fields' Thoughts: Ruby: Calling methods of a specific ancestor:

If a module is included within a class definition, the module's constants, class variables, and instance methods are effectively bundled into an anonymous (and inaccessible) superclass for that class. In particular, objects of the class will respond to messages sent to the module's instance methods.

Full article: http://blog.jayfields.com/2007/08/ruby-calling-methods-of...

Tweets

Jay Fields Thoughts: Ruby: State pattern using ...

blog.jayfields.com 08 Mar '12, 2am

"each method is protected so they must be accessed via the delegations, and an error will occur if they are accessed direc...

4 Proven Methods For Improving B2B Ad Targeting

searchengineland.com 07 Mar '12, 4pm

B2B marketers often use paid search for lead generation and customer acquisition purposes. Based on the lifetime value of ...

method_profiler: Find slow methods in your Ruby...

rubyflow.com 05 Mar '12, 3pm

method_profiler: Find slow methods in your Ruby code Posted by Perceptes on March 05, 2012 — 0 comments MethodProfiler col...

My latest Gem 'Wicked' got mentioned in my favo...

rubyweekly.com 08 Mar '12, 2pm

Welcome to issue 84 of Ruby Weekly! As always, more great Ruby stuff and quite a few key releases, including Bundler 1.1! ...