I did it again. I pushed my local changes directly into remote master branch, but it was the last time.
Today I was looking for the best way to invoke dynamic class method. After some reading and testing I found a few less and more effective ways.
We recently have switched one of our apps to Ruby 2.2 and I did not know what exactly is behind it so I decided to do a research and learn something new. A detailed list of changes introduced in version 2.2 can be found in Github.
RSpec is a testing framework for Behaviour Driven Development that is composed of multiple libraries. In my current job, for testing Ruby on Rails application, we use rspec-rails gem that installs also all other libraries: rspec-core, rspec-exceptations, rspec-mocks and rspec-support.
It is always nice to do the same thing in a better and quicker way. A problem that occurs quite often in my everyday work is converting a hash to an array of hashes with a different structure.
A few weeks ago I even did not know what dotfiles are and how they can make my day-to-day work more efficient.