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    Ryan Sobol
    @ryansobol
    @mlee1974 any more confusion that i can help with?
    @smblanchard check your email for a new pull request
    mlee1974
    @mlee1974
    @ryansobol I used def ==(other)
    return self.fruit == fruit
    end
    mlee1974
    @mlee1974
    @ryansobol I pushed my code up
    Sarah Blanchard
    @smblanchard
    @ryansobol thank you :')
    Ryan Sobol
    @ryansobol
    @mlee1974 that solution is soooo close!
    @mlee1974 ask yourself this, what about the other parameter ?
    mlee1974
    @mlee1974
    @ryansobol thanks
    Pete Mitchell
    @petemmitchell
    Erik Nilsen
    @enilsen16
    I recomend this for strengthening your ruby skills. http://exercism.io/
    It will also help familiarize you with testing
    Colin McKenna
    @Ballycyrk
    Guys, I work at Town Hall and some pretty cool stuff comes through there, for example Vikram Chandra is coming on Sept. 11 to talk about coding! The other cool thing about Town Hall? Tickets are only $5. Anyway if interested:
    Erik Nilsen
    @enilsen16
    Great video on testing :P
    If your interested in a good data structures book here is one
    Ryan Sobol
    @ryansobol
    A great video on Ruby Symbols
    Ryan Sobol
    @ryansobol
    Learn Ruby the Hard Way
    Command line Crash Course
    Ryan Sobol
    @ryansobol
    Code Wars
    Sarah Blanchard
    @smblanchard
    thanks for all the links! Just started code wars, it's really fun :)
    Ryan Sobol
    @ryansobol
    @smblanchard i wish there was a way we could friend each other...
    Sarah Blanchard
    @smblanchard
    Colin McKenna
    @Ballycyrk
    @ryansobol maybe @enilsen16 could build a friend feature for Code Wars pro bono.
    (sorry @enilsen16 I couldn't resist)
    Pete Mitchell
    @petemmitchell
    @Ballycyrk is hilarious. I needed a good laugh.
    Erik Nilsen
    @enilsen16
    lol
    Pete Mitchell
    @petemmitchell
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    Pete Mitchell
    @petemmitchell
    name_list = "birth_dates.yml"
    birth_dates = {}
    
    File.read name_list do |f|
      f.each_line do |data|
        date = data[-3..-21]
        name = data[0]
        birth_dates[name] = date
      end
    end
    How does that block of text look? I'm attempting to move the data from the file into a hash, where the first character of each line is the name of the slot.
    Pete Mitchell
    @petemmitchell
    Disregard, I think I've been making this tougher on myself than necessary.
    Ryan Sobol
    @ryansobol
    @petemmitchell yes, much more complicated
    Colin McKenna
    @Ballycyrk
    @ryansobol not sure how to fix this:
    ~/C/R/sea-c17-ruby master ✔ git pull upstream master
    From https://github.com/codefellows/sea-c17-ruby
    • branch master -> FETCH_HEAD
      Already up-to-date.
      ~/C/R/sea-c17-ruby master ✔ git push
      To https://github.com/Ballycyrk/sea-c17-ruby.git
      ! [rejected] master -> master (fetch first)
      error: failed to push some refs to 'https://github.com/Ballycyrk/sea-c17-ruby.git'
      hint: Updates were rejected because the remote contains work that you do
      hint: not have locally. This is usually caused by another repository pushing
      hint: to the same ref. You may want to first integrate the remote changes
      hint: (e.g., 'git pull ...') before pushing again.
      hint: See the 'Note about fast-forwards' in 'git push --help' for details.
      ~/C/R/sea-c17-ruby master ✔
    Brook Riggio
    @brookr
    @Ballycyrk Read the output of that command carefully...
    @Ballycyrk It looks like you need to pull from origin?
    Colin McKenna
    @Ballycyrk
    @brookr ohhh...thank you! I don't think I've ever pulled from origin before only pushed and for some reason this equaled one-way street to me. Sigh.
    Brook Riggio
    @brookr
    Happy to help!
    Matthew Brightbill
    @mbrightbill
    Hey guys, found something cool that I wanted to pass along. A friend showed me this yesterday. It's a few add-ons you can install for chrome that help make google searching and reading ruby code on github easier. My favorite part about it is how you can highlight the code, right click it, and search omniref for that highlighted code. Seems useful. http://www.omniref.com/blog/blog/2014/08/15/browser-plugins-for-chrome-and-firefox/
    Erik Nilsen
    @enilsen16
    Yup @mbrightbill just came out the other day :)
    Matthew Brightbill
    @mbrightbill
    Oh really? I think its awesome
    Erik Nilsen
    @enilsen16
    me too :D
    Punita Ojha
    @punitaojha
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