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Ruby project night

Join a small group of other Ruby coders for a few hours of project hacking. Those without a project are invited to join pairs, and those with a project are invited to hack code. Anything Ruby is fair game: Rails pull requests, that crazy late-night idea, implementing your own programming language in Ruby, working through a Ruby tutorial, placing bets on the colors of DHH's sneakers, working on your startup, starting your startup, and so on.

There will be food and drinks.

Bring a laptop, bring an idea, and bring your passion!

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  • Modin P.

    Thank you for this hacking meetup, thanks for all the pointers I received, and to Thoughtbot for the food and beer.

    However, there's one thing I couldn't get my head around, and it's about the @to_s method, and the different results I received. To me, this came as an element of surprise.

    I've created a minimum working 13-lines-of-code example if anyone could be so kind and point me in the right direction.

    https://gist.github.com/pmodin/d46ea10e53385daa1442

    See you next time!

    September 23, 2014

    • Mike B.

      I've no idea how you put newlines in your comment. Anyway, it happens here: https://github.com/rub...­

      1 · September 23, 2014

    • Modin P.

      I've implemented Enumerable, and now things are much clearer! Thanks Mike!

      September 23, 2014

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