RSpec 3 has just been released, and it's come a long way since version 1.
If you've had problems with RSpec in the past, now is a great time to revisit it — it's become much cleaner, simpler and more focused.
I'll give a quick overview of the main things that have changed over the years, and if there's time, I'll explain a few of the new features in version 3.
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Welcome back to RSpec
Tom is a computer scientist and programmer. He has lectured on optimising compilers at the University of Cambridge, co-organises the Ruby Manor conference, and is a member of the London Ruby User Group.