[LRUG] The first LRUG Code Review needs your ruby!
murray.steele at gmail.com
Tue Mar 6 07:28:25 PST 2007
I've posted all this to the internets:
And our friends at Skills Matter have something up too:
On 06/03/07, Tom Ward <tom at popdog.net> wrote:
> As part of Monday's meeting I'm going to help lead a code review.
> We'll look at some sections of ruby, and open the floor for comments,
> questions and constructive criticism. Hopefully it will get everyone
> thinking, and help share knowledge across the group. For it to work
> though, what we need is code!
> Here are some examples of things we're looking for:
> * Ruby Newbie code. Maybe we can help make it more idiomatic
> * Ruby patterns you use every day. Share them with the group
> * Code you know smells bad, but just can't put your finger on why. Let us
> * Code you're sure is the best ever. Let us tear it apart!
> * Any hints/tips/shortcuts
> * Anything else you think would be good to discuss
> So, if you've got some code you'd like to subject to our collective
> wisdom, send it to me as soon as you can. I'll try and run it like
> Question time, collating the submissions and pacing them so we don't
> just spend 60 minutes moaning about bits of rails.
> Let's make the first LRUG with crowd-sourced content a success!
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