Ruby Articles

If you are using an Object-Oriented language (writing code in a DSL can change things a bit, it depends on the DSL) you should specify and verify the objects themselves and not how they are implemented.

When you are creating long-lived abstractions, you should consider using of the many good options of data types provided by Clojure and not just plain maps.

Slides from RailsCamp Hamburg 2011

Please stop using dynamic scoping for shared examples