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Everyday Scripting with Ruby has 83 ratings and 9 reviews. Kent said: This book proved to be a good primer to the Ruby language and solidified some of th. Everyday Scripting with Ruby. For Teams, Testers, and You. By Brian Marick. Publisher: Pragmatic Bookshelf. Release Date: January Pages: I was reviewer for Everyday Scripting with Ruby For Teams, Testers, and You by Brian Marick. Over two months ago I received an e-mail from.

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A bit of an older book in the Ruby world, but will definitely come in handy for some work with CSVs coming up. The introduction and getting started section is an overview of what will be accomplished and the best method for success. If, Equality Testing, and Unless 51 6. It will also provides assistance for installing Ruby on a computer and making sure that everything is running correctly.

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The third part is about finding, understanding, and using the work of others—and about preparing your scripts for others to use. Related resource Publisher description at http: With Ruby scripts, they can automate mundane tasks and free up more time for more rewarding things. Henrik Loevborg rated it liked it Apr 09, Robin Lott rated it liked it Feb 23, Everyday Scripting with Ruby: The Craft of Software Testing horribly out of dateEveryday Scripting with Ruby, and Functional Programming for the Object-Oriented Programmer almost entirely about dynamically-typed functional languages.

Marek rated it liked it Jan 22, By professional developers for professional developers. Trivia About Everyday Scriptin Facets of ruby series. Finally a hands-on book that is filled with gems of wisdom for the testing community.


This book is not yet featured on Listopia. Everyday Scripting with Ruby is divided into four parts. There are no discussion topics on this book yet. Here the reader learns how to handle inheritance, working with superclass’ as well as subclasses. Be the first to ask a question about Everyday Scripting with Ruby. We were unable to find this edition in any bookshop we are able to search. The book is an excellent read, is very informative, and covers a lot of ground in a evegyday slim book.

These online bookshops told us they have this item: In his early career, he continued to be confused about his identity. Apr 25, Venkat rub it liked it. Everyday Scripting with Ruby is divided into four parts. If so, you’ Are you a tester who spends more time manually creating complex test data than using it?

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Everyday Scripting with Ruby by Brian Marick

scriptimg The programmer can get into some real meaty issues of file manipulation and the use of regular expressions to parse data. No trivia or quizzes yet. Orban rated it it was ok Feb 11, About this Title Pages: While this would not work for the VCS that I use, it does a fine job of teaching the reader how to manipulate text files.

That is, visiting a website and scraping the data and putting it into a comma separated value file CSV that can be used by a spreadsheet or to import into a preferred database program. His previous book is “Everyday Scripting with Ruby”, which began as a tutorial for those very testers.

Everyday Scripting with Ruby for Teams, Testers, and You by Brian Marick Are you a tester who spends more time manually creating complex test data than using it? It is freely available as open source software and is available on many platforms including Windows, Mac OS Woth and Linux. Everyday Scripting With Ruby is a book that is geared toward the computer user who is not afraid to scale new heights to try to improve their skills.


I’m a huge fan of the Pragmatic Programming series and this was the first “weak” book I’ve read in them. Finally, this book is for the programmer who hates to use eeryday programming languages to accomplish these smaller tasks.

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Everyday Scripting with Ruby: for Teams, Testers, and You

The next sections build four separate projects with the purpose of enhancing the reader’s skills and building his or her knowledge of Ruby. Be the first to add this to a list. The premise is that people who use computers routinely do many repetitive tasks that would be better offloaded for a computer to do.

Customer Reviews A fantastic type-along-with-me introduction to a powerful scripting language that starts in the shallows and then moves into the depths turning the reader into an accomplished Ruby scripter, almost without them everyda it!

A business analyst who seemingly went to college all those years so you can spend your days copying data from reports into spreadsheets?