Refactoring in Ruby

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  • Rubocop

    A Ruby static code analyzer and formatter, based on the community Ruby style guide. [Moved to: https://github.com/rubocop/rubocop] (by rubocop-hq)

    Running rubocop might give you a few tips regarding naming conventions and best practices

  • retest

    A simple CLI to watch file changes and run their matching ruby specs. Works on any ruby projects with no setup.

    A great book by Sandi Metz is 99 bottles of OOP in Ruby where she explains heaps about refactoring. One of the best book I have read. I know you asked for article or videos but if you have time, it takes a day or two to read. I made a gem to help people refactor the same way she describes in the book. It will speed up your feedback loop when refactoring: retest

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