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Screencast: Ruby's Socket API From the Outside In

In this screencast I show a really high level wrapper that Ruby provides for making TCP servers. I take 3 lines of high level code and break them down into 25 lines of lower level code. The pretty 3-liner won’t work in all cases, so I walk you through the layers of abstractions until we go as low as we can (in Ruby).

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