One of the most basic and fundamental models for application architecture is the Model-View-Controller (MVC) pattern. Many architectures leverage this pattern – whether in a Ruby on Rails, server-side application or a React front-end interface – so it’s important to understand how, why, and so what?
Did you know that Ruby was good for the environment? It is, because it follows strict EPA principles… Encapsulation, Polymorphism, and Abstraction. [Ducks a volley of Tomato objects thrown at him].
Sorting an array is one of the most common things we have to do as software engineers. It can also sometimes be the fastest way to calculate a data point–for example, the highest possible product of any three numbers in an array.
I’m now also using Ruby again, which has a slightly different flavor.
Here are some of the main syntactical differences between the two languages, in table format.