We're once again lucky to have Ruby legend and author of the Well-Grounded Rubyist, David A. Black talking at NYC on Rails. Kickstarter has graciously offered to host the meetup. This month, David will be giving a talk called:
Ruby Collections and Enumerators: a selective guided tour
Enumerators provide a mechanism for external iteration, and thus open up a whole new chapter in Ruby's handling of enumerable and collection objects. Many familiar enumerable methods now return enumerators, which can be programmed directly, chained together, and used as the basis for further iteration. Meanwhile, enumerable and collection objects have gained a lot of functionality too. In this talk, David A. Black will dive deep into enumerators, and will also examine some collection-handling techniques that are either relatively new to the language or a little less well-known than they might be.
Again, we're only charging $5 to make sure that the RSVP list is meaningful and you actually show up because we have to limit capacity to 40 people. Email me ([masked]) with any questions. Super excited about this meetup!
Thanks to Cyrus Innovation, Kickstarter, and David for their continued support of NYC on Rails.