Taking oDesk test

Hi! Maybe, you know thing such as odesk tests. Here will be place we
discuss about some questions of them. I can’t understand what they want.

(Rails 3)

1.Screenshot-3.png. What is answer? I think d, but I can’t find
Net::HTTP.open function in API.

  1. Screenshot-5.png. I can’t understand what they want from me. I work
    only with RSpec

  2. Screenshot-6.png. I start to learn rails when rails 3.0 coming. But
    for rails 3 “This class is deprecated or moved on the latest stable
    version”. The last existing version (v2.0.3) is shown here.". Can some
    elders of RoR give a hint?

  3. Screenshot-9.png. I trying all 4 statements, but all 4 wrong! wtf?

  4. Screenshot-13.png. I can’t find helpful information about catch-throw
    (only the-book-of-ruby and some internet articles).

Please help. Odesk tester

On Oct 23, 2:26am, anonymous odesk tester [email protected]
wrote:

Hi! Maybe, you know thing such as odesk tests. Here will be place we
discuss about some questions of them. I can’t understand what they want.

(Rails 3)

1.Screenshot-3.png. What is answer? I think d, but I can’t find
Net::HTTP.open function in API.

Really? Here’s the rdoc:

http://www.ruby-doc.org/stdlib-1.9.2/libdoc/net/http/rdoc/Net/HTTP.html

For further enlightenment, try comparing the question’s code to the
original, from the 1st edition of Pickaxe:

http://www.rubycentral.com/pickaxe/tut_threads.html#UA

  1. Screenshot-5.png. I can’t understand what they want from me. I work
    only with RSpec

A remarkably badly-written question. I suspect the answer is
“teardown”.

  1. Screenshot-6.png. I start to learn rails when rails 3.0 coming. But
    for rails 3 “This class is deprecated or moved on the latest stable
    version”. The last existing version (v2.0.3) is shown here.". Can some
    elders of RoR give a hint?

The answers you’ve selected in the screen shot are likely the ones you
shouldn’t select. “Works for all environments” is a godawful choice,
though…

  1. Screenshot-13.png. I can’t find helpful information about catch-throw
    (only the-book-of-ruby and some internet articles).

Minus infinity points for whatever moron ported this question from the
Java test without considering the language. ‘c’ might be arguably
correct, if one replaces ‘throw’ with ‘raise’, ‘catch’ with ‘rescue’
and ‘symbol’ with ‘class’. Then again, if my grandma had four wheels,
a V-8 engine and a fiberglass body she’d be a racecar.

Please help. Odesk tester

You forgot to mention how you’re going to distribute your salary to
people on this list, since you clearly are hoping to get a job using
skills you don’t actually have. I’m sure it was just an oversight.

–Matt J.

A remarkably badly-written question. I suspect the answer is
“teardown”.
Thanks.

Minus infinity points for whatever moron ported this question from the
Java test without considering the language. ‘c’ might be arguably
correct, if one replaces ‘throw’ with ‘raise’, ‘catch’ with ‘rescue’
and ‘symbol’ with ‘class’. Then again, if my grandma had four wheels,
a V-8 engine and a fiberglass body she’d be a racecar.
But, what is answer?

You forgot to mention how you’re going to distribute your salary to
people on this list, since you clearly are hoping to get a job using
skills you don’t actually have. I’m sure it was just an oversight.
Matt, I thank this is voluntary forum.
Matt, I really rtfm.
But, for
A remarkably badly-written question
and
class is deprecated
there is no my guilt I can’t answer this.

And other people can see answers to these questions too.

New portion:

Screenshot-22.png. Thanks to laguage barrier I can’t understand what
‘maps’ in a. means. If this means retrieve tables to create ruby
objects, it is true, but for other meaning I don’t know answer.

Screenshot-27.png. I can’t understand what they want from me.

Screenshot-31.png. I think I’m right, but no sure about a. I can’t
understand what ‘maintaining the state’ mean.

Screenshot-38.png. I not sure.

Screenshot-39.png. It’s seems that rails 2.x question.

Please don’t see screenshot-16.png, I understand answer when load it to
forum.

–Anonymous

bump up!

bump!

-1

On Sat, Oct 29, 2011 at 12:04, Matt J. [email protected] wrote:

Perhaps my previous reply was insufficiently clear: take your cheating
crap elsewhere and GTFO.

+1, and likewise for his bumping.

-Dave


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On Oct 29, 2:00am, anonymous odesk tester [email protected]
wrote:

bump!


Posted viahttp://www.ruby-forum.com/.

Perhaps my previous reply was insufficiently clear: take your cheating
crap elsewhere and GTFO.

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