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chat_correct is a gem by Kevin Dias that shows the errors and error types when a correct English sentence is diffed with an incorrect English sentence.
Earlier this month, Eqbal Quran put together a great post on Toptal covering different Ruby concurrency and parallelism techniques with code examples and libraries which support them.
Back at the start of this month a bug was fixed in Rails which has apparently been around for more than 5 years. It's basically a bug where ActiveRecord objects could be validated even when instructed not to.
A new beta release of Phusion Passenger 5 has been released with somewhat of an overhaul to how Turbocaching works by default, among other updates and bug fixes. This update makes the cache work more similarly to Varnish and only cache those responses that are explicitly, publicly cacheable.
The new new Amazon Web Services SDK Version 2 supports more than 40 services which Amazon offers and provides more help to developers than before. The upgrades include improved resource interfaces, a code streamlining feature called Waiters and improved documentation.
There was a recent update to Rails which removed some of the restrictions on what makes a valid partial file name. And, in so doing, has cleared the way for Emoji partials!
This weekend, Ian Whitney put together a quick post describing Sandi Metz’s TRUE heuristic for judging code. This was an acronym introduced in the Practical Object-Oriented Design in Ruby book.
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An overview of concurrency and parallelism, notifying Google of your updated sitemap, setting up Ember.js in your Rails app, new methods in Ruby 2.2, and a great discussion of SRP all in this episode of the Ruby5 podcast!
In this episode we discuss breadcrumb trails, RSpec's new gem signing certificate, replacing CoffeeScript with ES6, the redesign of RSpec.info, requiring libraries, Rikki the robot, and using pry-remote to debug within a vagrant VM.
Tenderlovin Minitest and RSpec, Passenger-docker, Converting a large JRuby project to GoLang
Carlos and James talk about tail call optimization, single vs. double quotes, ActiveRecord SQLServer, Rbkit, and Commander.
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