08 May '12, 3am

Everyday Rails Testing with RSpec: Get advance access to my new book now #rails

Everyday Rails Testing with RSpec: Get advance access to my new book now #rails

? I mean it’s not done yet, but I wanted to go ahead and get the book out there for people to start reading. (If you’ve ever purchased a beta book from Pragmatic Programmers you know what I’m talking about.) I’ve got updated versions of the original RSpec articles from this blog in place, along with a few other pieces. The remainder will be in place within the next few weeks, with some editing to be done after that along with the completed sample code. In addition, I’ll keep code samples current through Rails 4.0.

Full article: http://everydayrails.com/2012/05/07/everyday-rails-rspec-...

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