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  • Noteflakes: Embracing Infinite Loops with Ruby and Polyphony

    Embracing Infinite Loops with Ruby and Polyphony — See how infinite loops can be used as...

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    GitHub - zombocom/dead_end: Searching for unexpected `end` syntax errors takes a lot of time. Let this gem do it for you!

    DeadEnd: Searches for Unexpected end Syntax Errors — This is a very specific tool, but if...

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    GitHub - evanphx/benchmark-ips: Provides iteration per second benchmarking for Ruby

    benchmark-ips: 'Iterations Per Second' Benchmarking for Ruby — Improves the standard Benchmark functionality.

  • JRuby 9.3.1.0 Released — JRuby.org

    JRuby 9.3.1.0 Released — The latest release of the Ruby 2.6.x compatible line of the JVM-based...

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    Organizing business logic in Rails with contexts

    Organizing Business Logic in Rails with Contexts — Josef takes on the age-old conundrum of models...

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    Ruby Video Streaming | Mux

    Seamlessly Integrate Video into Your Ruby App

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    Reducing memory bloat of a Ruby on Rails application

    ▶  A Team Looks at Reducing Memory Bloat in a Rails App — A team has shared...

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    Polished Ruby Programming ft. Jeremy Evans - RUBY 518

    ▶  Discussing Polished Ruby Programming with Jeremy Evans — Jeremy joins the Rogues to discuss his new...

  • TIL: Detecting block returns in Ruby

    A Way to Detect Early Returns from a Block — An interesting little technique the author...

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    Using DynamoDB in Your Rails App

    Using DynamoDB in Your Rails App — Julie introduces DynamoDB and its concepts then closes by...

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    Ruby Safe Navigation

    Ruby Safe Navigation — Using the lonely (or safe) operator (&.) says some things about your...

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    Upgrading to Zeitwerk - FastRuby.io | Rails Upgrade Service

    Upgrading to Zeitwerk — A walkthrough of what’s involved in upgrading a Rails 6 app from...

  • Ruby2JS

    Ruby2JS 4.2.0: A Ruby to JavaScript Transpiler — A transpiler aimed at keeping your code looking...

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    RubyKaigi Takeout 2021

    ▶  39 Talks from RubyKaigi Takeout 2021 — The popular RubyKaigi conference usually takes place in Japan...

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    GitHub - iberianpig/fusuma: Multitouch gestures with libinput driver on Linux

    Fusuma: Multitouch Gesture Recognizer for Linux — You define gestures and actions in YAML and it...

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    Rubocop: Custom Cops for Custom Needs

    Rubocop: Creating Custom Cops for Custom Needs — This is not only a great use case...

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    AnyCable: build lightning fast, reliable real-time applications with Ruby and Rails

    AnyCable PRO Gets More Features for Real-Time Communication — AnyCable PRO adds JWT identification and Hotwire...

  • Noteflakes: A Compositional Approach to Optimizing the Performance of Ruby Apps

    A Compositional Approach to Optimizing the Performance of Ruby Apps — The “composition” here consists of a...

  • strftimer | A Ruby strftime generator

    strftimer: A Ruby strftime Format Generator — Give it a date and time format written long-hand...

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    ActiveSupport's #descendants Method: A Deep Dive

    ActiveSupport's #descendants Method: A Deep Dive — A nice walkthrough Ruby’s inheritance chain and how you...

  • How to Verify Paddle.com Webhooks / Alerts in Ruby on Rails

    How to Verify Signed HTTP Requests from Webhooks — A developer needed to verify webhook requests...

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    Use Sidekiq Directly, Not Through Active Job

    Why to Use Sidekiq Directly, And Not Through Active Job — Active Job is great, but...

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    Using Dynamic Config Variables in Ruby on Rails Apps

    Using Dynamic Config Variables in Rails Apps — Config variables should never be embedded directly in...

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    RBS: How to Get the Most Out of RubyMine’s Code Assistance | The RubyMine Blog

    RBS: How to Get the Most Out of RubyMine’s Code Assistance

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    Migrating Selenium system tests to Cuprite

    Migrating Selenium System Tests to Cuprite — Cuprite is a headless Chromium driver for Capybara.

  • https://codewithjason.simplecast.com/episodes/114-7-years-at-github-with-john-nunemaker-vsqztpqp

    ▶  Discussing Seven Years at GitHub with John Nunemaker — If you’ve been in the Ruby world...

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    How to use ESBuild in Rails with JSBundling (Example) | GoRails - GoRails

    ▶  How to Use ESBuild in Rails with JSBundling — GoRails continues to bring us up to...

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    Project Management for Software Teams - Shortcut

    Shortcut Puts the Agile in Agile and the “Can” in Kanban — Shortcut is made for...

  • HTTPI: a common interface for Ruby HTTP libraries

    HTTPI 2.5.0: A Common Interface for Ruby HTTP Libraries — If for some reason it would...

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    GitHub - a6b8/ascii-to-svg-generator-for-ruby: Generates beautiful svg vecor images based on a string input.

    Generate SVG Art from Supplied ASCII Characters — A slightly unusual project this, but it’s creative...

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    Stimulus 3 + Turbo 7 = Hotwire 1.0

    Stimulus 3 + Turbo 7 = Hotwire 1.0 — DHH formally announces Hotwire 1.0, calling it...

  • Feature #18229: Proposal to merge YJIT - Ruby master - Ruby Issue Tracking System

    Proposal to Merge YJIT Into CRuby / MRI — YJIT is a just-in-time compiler used by...

  • More Ruby Magic – Noel Rappin Writes Here

    More Ruby Magic — Noel walks us through a code experiment around interpreting dates using natural...

  • Stamping Out Overflow Checks in Ruby

    Stamping Out Overflow Checks in Ruby — If you like digging into the weeds of optimizations...

  • Application Monitoring for Ruby, PHP, Node.js, Python, and Elixir ~ Scout

    Try Scout’s New Error Monitoring Feature Add‑On for Free — Scout APM uses tracing logic that ties...

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    GitHub - salsify/offline-sort: A Ruby gem to sort large amounts of data using a predictable amount of memory.

    offline-sort: Sort Large Data Collections with Limited Memory Usage — Given an Enumerable and a sort_by...

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    A better way to index your Postgres database: pganalyze Index Advisor

    A Better Way To Index Your Postgres Database: pganalyze Index Advisor

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    GitHub - stevepolitodesign/unsubscribe: Automatically unsubscribe from emails in Rails.

    Unsubscribe 1.0: Offer an Auto Unsubscribe from Emails in Rails — The idea is explained in...

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    GitHub - scottrogowski/code2flow: Pretty good call graphs for dynamic languages

    Code2flow: Generate Call Graphs for Dynamic Languages — Including JavaScript, Python, Ruby and PHP. Turns your...

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    Docker and Ruby ft. Huzefa Biyawarwala - RUBY 516 - Devchat.tv

    ▶  Discussing Using Docker with Ruby with Huzefa Biyawarwala

  • The Gnar Blog - Code Golf: Conditionally Add To An Array

    Code Golf: Conditionally Add To an Array — It’s not the code golf you might be...

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    Minimal Flame Wars (Prettier, Parsing and Regex) with Kevin Newton

    ▶  Discussing Prettier, Parsing and Regex with Kevin Newton — Kevin Newton, a staff engineer at Shopify,...

  • Custom Form Handling With Turbo

    Custom Form Handling with Turbo — Turbo will be a default part of Rails from Rails...

  • Lessons learned in a major Rails upgrade: tooling

    Lessons Learned in a Major Rails Upgrade: Tooling — The last post in a three-part upgrade...

  • Exploring Ruby’s clamp and minmax methods

    Exploring Ruby’s clamp and minmax Methods — Comparable#clamp and Enumerable#minmax, specifically.

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    Multi-Factor Authentication for Rails With WebAuthn and Devise

    Multi-Factor Authentication for Rails with WebAuthn and Devise — An introduction to setting up multi-factor auth...

  • Ruby GC in Under Two Hours

    📕  Preorder for 'Ruby GC in Under Two Hours' Book — Jemma Issroff (of Tip of...

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    GitHub - tenderlove/tenderjit: JIT for Ruby that is written in Ruby

    TenderJIT: A JIT for Ruby, Written in Ruby — An interesting project being worked on by...

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    Ruby for ebook publishing

    Using Ruby for Ebook Publishing — The author of Deployment from Scratch enumerates how he uses...