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Metaprogramming Dynamic Methods: Using Public_send

Metaprogramming is super cool, but it’s also super tough to learn when you’re first starting out. This blog post takes a look at metaprogramming through dynamic method calls, and explains and implements the public_send method in a real-life example of code abstraction.

time_boots.gem - simple time steps

I’ve recently published the gem for tasks like “round time to edge of day”, “advance time by 4 weeks”, “generate ‘each hour’ sequence” and so on. Small, no dependencies, no monkey-patching.

Mutant and CI

Mutation testing is another form of checking the test coverage. As such it makes sense to put it as part of our Continuous Delivery process. In this blog post I’ll show you how we started using mutant together with TravisCI in the RailsEventStore project.

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