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When you are still early on in your programming career, digging into the source code of open source libraries and frameworks can be a daunting endeavor. In this article, Carl Mungazi shares how he got over his fear and began using source code to improve his knowledge and skills. He also uses Redux to demonstrate how he approaches breaking down a library.
Sometimes, TDD gets in the way, does more to confuse than guide, or generally just slows development to a monotonous crawl. Here’s a set of five go-to strategies I use to get out of test-fueled frustration, and back to productivity.
On this week’s episode, Chris is joined in a live recording from RailsConf by the one and only Aaron Patterson. They discuss Aaron’s many RailsConf keynotes, his recent work on Rails view rendering and his three-year-long effort to bring more advanced garbage collection to Ruby which will finally be seeing the light of day. And of course, plenty of puns.