Over the years, I've saved the Ruby techniques that have surprised other Rubyists I know. Now past 100, I'm making an e-book of them! It'll be free in all forms, except on the Kindle where it'll be just a few bucks (I want to see if cheap, fun programming Kindle books can work.)

To start, I've picked 24 random "tricks" to show off in the video below. Enjoy! (And remember, this is a bit of frivolity, not an exercise in Ruby best practices ;-))

If the video is broken, you can watch it on YouTube.

Find out when the free e-book is available

Enter your e-mail to get a few e-mails over the next few months about the availability of Ruby Trick Shots. I may even do another video :-) No spam or shenanigans.

Alternatively, follow @RubyTrickShots on Twitter and I'll be posting new tricks there too.

Want to discuss this?

You can discuss this page on Hacker News.

Want your trick in the book?

You can submit your own trick suggestions here!

Thanks,
Peter Cooper
Editor of Ruby Weekly and Ruby Inside

P.S. If you could tweet about this, I will love you forever!


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