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Everyday Scripting with Ruby by Brian Marick. Are you a tester who spends more time manually creating complex test data than using it? A business analyst who seemingly went to college all those years so you can spend your days copying data from reports into spreadsheets?

A programmer who can't finish each day's task without having to scan through version control system output, looking for the file you want? If so, you' Are you a tester who spends more time manually creating complex test data than using it? If so, you're wasting that computer on your desk. Offload the drudgery to where it belongs, and free yourself to do what you should be doing: thinking.

All you need is a scripting language free! Everyday Scripting with Ruby is divided into four parts. In the first, you'll learn the basics of the Ruby scripting language. In the second, you'll see how to create scripts in a steady, controlled way using test-driven design. The third part is about finding, understanding, and using the work of others--and about preparing your scripts for others to use.

The fourth part, more advanced, is about saving even more time by using application frameworks. Get A Copy. Paperback , pages. Published January 30th by Pragmatic Bookshelf first published January 23rd More Details Original Title.

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Dec 08, Kent rated it really liked it Shelves: reads. This book proved to be a good primer to the Ruby language and solidified some of the concepts I had been reading on.

As I am working in this language daily now it is easier to put the knowledge into practice. Hopefully with time I will be able to move away from looking up what I feel are simpler concepts like file handling and only need it for classes outside of the core. The book used irb a lot to show concepts which I have started to do myself to learn about some of the other gems that I would This book proved to be a good primer to the Ruby language and solidified some of the concepts I had been reading on.

The book used irb a lot to show concepts which I have started to do myself to learn about some of the other gems that I would like to use in my own programming. This has reduced the number of small files that I write just to try something out, like I have done in the past with Java, C , and even Ruby. I will likely be using this book as a way to help others in my group learn Ruby at a more even pace. It helps that many of the projects shown are things that we will need in our group.

Jan 18, Mike rated it liked it Shelves: computer. This book was kind of disappointing to me. The "learn something per page" was very low I've done a reasonable amount of Ruby programming but mainly in the Rails framework. I also think the author was a little heavy-handed in plugging his own framework.

I'm a huge fan of the Pragmatic Programming series and this was the first "weak" book I've read in them. Still, it isn't a bad book, I'd just go elsewhere first. Mar 02, Robert rated it it was amazing Shelves: computers. Great book, written for the context of the everyday layman, not the computer scientist. Brian does a very good job with explaining concepts in a basic, simple way that will let most people accept them readily and put them to use.

One of my favorite book to get non-coders up to speed with scripting. Oct 31, Tom Purl rated it it was amazing Shelves: technical , own. This is simply a fantastic book for anyone who wants to learn how to use Ruby for "scripting" purposes. I highly recommend it for all testers, systems administrators, and anyone who like to automate technical tasks. Also, this is a good book for programmers who want to "hit the ground running" with Ruby.

Mar 16, Douglas rated it really liked it. A bit of an older book in the Ruby world, but will definitely come in handy for some work with CSVs coming up. Jun 04, Dan rated it liked it. Learning a new language. View 1 comment. Apr 25, Venkat rated it liked it. Good book for starters especially testers who need to hit the ground day one Alex rated it it was ok Aug 22, Henrik Loevborg rated it liked it Apr 09, Brian F.

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Are you a tester who spends more time manually creating complex test data than using it? A business analyst who seemingly went to college all those years so you can spend your days copying data from reports into spreadsheets? A programmer who can't finish each day's task without having to scan through version control system output, looking for the file you want? If so, you're wasting that computer on your desk. Offload the drudgery to where it belongs, and free yourself to do what you should be doing: thinking. All you need is a scripting language free! Everyday Scripting with Ruby is divided into four parts.

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