Monday, October 15, 2012

Ruby Dependencies, Notifications, and Adjustments

Here are the slides for the Ruby Dependencies, Notifications, and Adjustments talk I've recently given at DCRUG and Bmore On Rails:

The talk discusses the object peer stereotype concept introduced in the book Growing Object Oriented Software, Guided by Tests. I also mention Jim Weirich's post about Ruby Dependency Injection.

I used the experimental terminal keynote software to make the slides. It was pretty fun writing my slides in Ruby, and I'd definitely recommend using it for code-heavy talks like this one. But if you need diagrams or something more visually-stimulating I'd recommend sticking with GUI-based software.

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