A hash is one of the most frequently used data types in Ruby and several other programming languages. A hash is a collection of key-value pairs, like this: “car” => “red”. It is similar to an array, except indexing is done by keys in the hash, not an integer index. I’ve compiled this list as some of my favorite tips for using Ruby hashes.
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Rails Project Management, (or just RailsPM) is my first full scale web application, built from scratch for my Flatiron School Ruby on Rails assessment. As a former project manager, I thought it would be fun to build an app based on the knowledge I acquired at my previous job. While realistically I wouldn’t be able to currently build an application that could complete with robust software on the current market (like Teamwork, my favorite PM application), I had a lot of fun in the process. There were a number of challenges I faced along the way but I also learned a lot!
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