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Richard Schneems been working on quite a few performance improvements to Rails and the Rails ecosystem, but this is by far the single biggest set of improvements he's been able to make
Matt Sumner shared a little trick he learned on how to help create better commit messages with a .gitmessage template
interactor as a simple, single-purpose object. Interactors are used to encapsulate your application's business logic. Each interactor represents one thing that your application does.
Ruby For Good is conference that brings programmers together to work on projects for a variety of charities and non-profit organizations, they just spent a weeken
On this week’s episode, we discuss the gem gem, RubySpec, tackling god objects, Sequel, and Rails’ fancy exception page.
In-app purchases with RubyMotion, a better ettercap, patching Rails for faster JSON, a Ruby-powered iOS toolchain, and a RubyGem that Carmen Sandiego could love
In this week's episode, we discuss RubyIssue(s), understanding Ruby’s strange “Errno” exceptions, Griddler, Shortcutfoo, and benchmarking Ruby's `method_missing` vs `define_method`.
Daemons in Ruby, Docker containers for Ruby apps, job processing with disque, finder objects, and discovery testing all in this episode of the Ruby5!
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