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Gavin Miller wrote a post offering some tips on how (and why) to stay up to date on security alerts.
Doing code review properly is a really important part of any dev team, and you can partially automate this. Pronto looks for pull requests, runs multiple libraries to do code review, and then (optionally) posts the results as comments into GitHub/GitLab.
John Backus wrote a post about how asking the question, “What changes don’t break my tests?” can benefit more than just test coverage.
Rails 5 is shipping with an evented file system monitor. This way when a file is modified, the operating system will call rails asynchronously and toggle a flag. Then, when a request comes in and the flag is set, it will trigger a reload.
Adding the “days_in_year” method to the Time class.
Pakyow just released version 0.10. The web framework is different from current approaches because it provides real-time, reactive views in a back-end driven architecture. No code is moved to the client.
This week we discuss, Ruby 2.3.0-preview 1, Hash comparison, Rails 4.2.5.rc2 and 4.1.14.rc2, slicing and dicing enumerables and how Heroku migrated to Active Record 4.
This week, we discuss Ruby microservice, trigram search, CSRF protection, constant lookup and resolution, and hash#contain?.
How Ruby Interprets and Runs Your Programs, Cucumber Tests for Google Maps, Administrate, properly retrieving N ordered records and offline-sort all in this episode of the Ruby5!
In this episode, we talk about safe navigation operator, Sidekiq 4.0, and memory leaks.
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