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RubyFlow The Ruby and Rails community linklog


The Ruby and Rails community linklog

Made a library? Written a blog post? Found a useful tutorial? Share it with the Ruby community here or just enjoy what everyone else has found!

BDDCasts - Screencasts on Cucumber, RSpec, and Rails

Via Twitter I just learned about BDDCasts. It’s a commercial screencasting site with two screencasts so far. It covers Cucumber, RSpec, and Rails. The author appears to be Jeffrey Schoolcraft.


They have the first two up for free on the site right now. I have to say, I watched episode 1 and there is no way I would pay for a screencast like that. There were just too many “what should we do now” kind of exchanges between two people that seemed to be a few thousand miles away from each other. Maybe I’ve just been spoiled by so many professional quality screencasts. Thanks for the link anyhow, I think screencasts in general are a great resource.

Well, I liked this style, it feels closer to the real development.

Careful with your ears around 3 min. on chapter 1 :-S

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