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💎 Ruby Radar #48 - Companions we made along the way

Welcome to the 48th edition of Ruby Radar! In this issue, you will find a way to obtain a new companion to engage with daily, a video of Sandi Metz's devs for Ukraine talk, and much more!

Now that we’ve had a bit of time to breathe and get fully settled into v1.0, there is a myriad of enhancements and fixes we’re looking to pull together for the next point release. Here’s a sneak peek.

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Shai Schechter, co-founder of RightMessage, has been hustling since he was 11. He believes that what's practical is very different for different people. If you see a task through a particular lens (e.g. tech) then that's the way you should do it. Do what comes naturally.

Andrew’s team lost, Jason’s team won, and Chris tells us about some cool stuff he worked on with shipping a Command Pallet in Jumpstart and using Ninja Keys. Some other things the guys chat about today are Shoelace, CSS Toggles, building a product, Jason’s book, Software Testing, Apache Cordova, Stripe stuff, Payment Element, Power Rangers, and Jason’s minivan that has Wi-Fi. Go ahead and download this episode now to find out more!

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