On Mon, 25 Sep 2006 17:00:13 +0900
"zoat" <enogrob / hotmail.com> wrote:

> Issue #9 of ObjectiveView [pdf], a highly respected on-line journal
> has a sort of Ruby Special: lots of articles devoted to Ruby, and
> Ruby on Rails.
> http://www.ratio.co.uk/objectiveview.html
> http://www.ratio.co.uk/ov9pdf.pdf

I won't reiterate the comments posted by William Crawford, but what I
will say is definitely *heed* them.  I agree with everything he has
said.

As for the issue, it was the first time I had read it, and I quite
liked it.  I have often been interested in extreme/pair programming, so
it was nice to see some applications of its use.  

As for the Ruby side of things, note that the article by Amy Hoy
contains on or two deprecated uses within Ruby that ought not to have
been allowed to propagate through.  (c.f. ''foo.type'' should be
''foo.class'').  Was she writing that article based on Ruby 1.6.X?
Still, that aside, it ought to give your readership a little bit of an
idea about Ruby.

Was that the sort of feedback you were after, if any, I might add?

-- Thomas Adam