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๐Ÿ’Ž Ruby Radar #76 - RubyConf Mini Approaches

Welcome to the 76th issue of Ruby Radar! In this issue, we've got a pair of great podcasts, some effective blog posts, a preview of Ruby 3.2, a talk from RubyKaigi on running mruby programs on a Sega drive, and much more! We would like to wish you safe and happy travels to everyone that is traveling for RubyConf Mini this week!

Roman Turner is a classically trained French chef turned developer. He's now a Software Developer at America's Test Kitchen. He and Brittany discuss personal branding, attracting and keeping members in the Ruby/Rails community and advice for junior developers seeking their first role.

thoughtbotter Stephanie Minn joins The Bike Shed as co-host! ๐ŸŽ‰

Joรซl and Stephanie talk about continuing on a rewrite and redesign of a legacy Rails app and working incrementally.

A look at inline caches, eliminating target duplication, and splitting in Rails apps. More details in our paper!

This article was originally written by Pavel Tkachenko on the Honeybadger Developer Blog. Extracting... Tagged with ruby, rails, postgres, sql.

Easily configure styles and apply them as classes.

Just the right amount of Rails eager loading. Contribute to salsify/goldiloader development by creating an account on GitHub.

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