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Codemy released another episode from their Elasticsearch video series. This one teaches how to implement a custom callback for keeping your data-store in sync with the main database.
Jamis Buck wrote about some of the quirks he discovered about Ruby's
def statement. He then introduces a throw-away project for playing interactive fiction games in irb.
Nick Ostrovsky published an article on writing Functional Service Objects on Rails. The article is inspired by Piotr Solnica's talk "Blending Function and OO Programming in Ruby" presented at Full Stack Fest this year.
Richard Schneeman wrote a walkthrough for the Codeship blog for people who think they might be having memory leaks. He goes through several methods to isolate memory issues and optimize applications to limit memory usage.
Mike Perham, the author of Sidekiq, wrote about how we managed to make the already fast background processing gem 6 times faster for its recent 4.0 release.
Accelerating file downloads, a preproduction checklist, manually installing bootstrap in Rails, multiple levels of subnavigation in Jekyll, and all the possible loops in Ruby all in this episode of the Ruby5!
In this episode, we discuss Rust, materialized views on PostgreSQL and Rails, building a simple web server with Ruby 2.0+, MailChecker, and bulk inserts in ActiveRecord.
Building a Sinatra, Hacking Dash buttons, testing volkswagen style, Lightning Talks
In this episode, we talk about Lotus 0.5.0, 'Hello Ruby,' Threading case study, and reverse Ruby gems.
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