Possible Duplicate: Is there a canonical book on Ruby on Rails? I just finished working through Peter Cooper's "Beginning Ruby". So now I've got a reasonable grounding in the Ruby language ...
I'm an experienced developer with .NET, and understand core computing concepts well (OOP, design patterns, etc) but would like to also learn rails. Is there a book out there that's the de-facto ...
I am reading a book called Rails AntiPatterns and they talk about using delegation to to avoid breaking the Law of Demeter. Here is their prime example: They believe that calling something like this ...
I am not new to coding. I have been coding (seriously) for over 15 years now. I have always had some testing for my code. However, over the last few months I have been learning test driven ...
ASP.NET MVC and Rails have similar area of use, are built around same architecture, both frameworks are relatively new and open source. So as a Rails programmer I'd like to know, what ASP.NET MVC can ...
Possible Duplicate: Is there a canonical book on Ruby on Rails? I really want to change my PHP specialization to Ruby. I have some Ruby/Rails experience, and I've already created a few Ruby ...
I am the only person on my team that use TDD. How do I make them to use it? I am annoyed that when I pull, someone's code will break my tests and I am the one who has to fix them. Will using github, ...
I'm in the early stages of development for a web application that has three developers (myself included) working on it. The project is, at its core, a web-based database that will be used by around ...
I used to work alone on small to medium sized programming projects before and have no experience working in a team environment. Currently, there will be 3 of us in an in-house software development ...
I'm interested in whether ActiveRecord pattern, made famous from Ruby on Rails, encourages or discourages the use of SOLID design principles. For example, it seems to me that ActiveRecord objects ...
I'll start by saying that I've done 95% of my database work using SQL. Recently, I did some investigation of various ORMs, such as NHibernate and Doctrine. I can see the advantages of not needing to ...
I've worked fairly extensively with the MVC framework cakephp, however I'm finding that I would rather have my pages driven by the multiple MVC than by just one MVC. My reason is primarily to maintain ...
I'm writing a Rails cookbook app as a learning exercise. I've created a table for Recipes which holds info for the recipe (name, author, etc...). I also have a table for Ingredients which will be a ...