Name: [799] chingav
Member: 111 months
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Description: Chinmoy is a computer engineering student at The University of Texas at Austin. His hobbies are tennis and handball. His programming blog is located at ...

Introduction to Ruby VI: Debugging and Unit Testing [ID:205] (6/6)

in series: Ruby Introductions

video tutorial by chingav, added 05/07

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This screencast shows to debug a ruby program using the standard Ruby debugger. It also shows unit testing, a very simple TCP Server, an an introduction to some Ruby/Tk code which I will develop in the next screencast. There is more than one source file for the video, so you can find the zip file, labeled at my blog. Here is the link---sourcelink

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7. anonymous Sun, 18 Oct 2009 21:57

Didn't help me a bit. Because I'm om my iPhone which obviously doesn't support Flash. I'd like to suggest you produce your videos in something supported by iphone since

it was shown by one company recently that iPhone users make up over 30% of the operating systems hitting their sites. It seems many busy folks like me must also study

and read on the bus and while waiting for things like lunch, or their turn at the doctor's office.

6. anonymous Sat, 17 Oct 2009 05:50

Thank you!

5. anonymous Wed, 17 Jun 2009 09:49


have you got java tutorial video?

4. anonymous Mon, 18 May 2009 09:01

Thank you for this video tutorial!

3. anonymous Sun, 29 Mar 2009 03:57

Thanks for a quick run-down on unit testing for Ruby! A good pointer for those that want to get a solid grounding in testing.

Thank you, it is just what i need

I come from China,thanks everyone!

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Introduction to Ruby I

nice and simple. thanks

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Introduction to Ruby II

very good

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