Friday 21st September, 2012
4:45pm to 5:15pm
Object-oriented Ruby is a hot topic in the Rails world and beyond, but it is not always the appropriate solution.
In this talk I discuss various OO techniques, when to use them, and when a simpler pattern exists in the functional, declarative, or procedural world — including, yes, the Rails framework itself. You will leave knowing when to use an aspect instead of a decorator, a mixin instead of a presenter, or a monoid instead of a factory.
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