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πŸ’Ž Ruby Radar #77 - The Rails Foundation Announced

Welcome to the 77th issue of Ruby Radar! This issue features, among other things, a single tweet that has more info about things people are doing in Ruby land than we can fit in an entire issue. Nicely done, Jason.

Also, The Rails Foundation was announced! We don't know about y'all but we are excited to see what this announcement will mean for the future of Rails.

Today, we are excited to announce the launch of The Rails Foundation. Its mission is to improve the documentation, education, marketing, and events in our ecosystem to the benefit of all new and existing Rails developers. It’s been started by some of the most important companies involved with Rails, and will work to ensure a prosperous ecosystem that continues to improve, and becomes even more attractive to newcomers going forward.

Reading flamegraphs is hard. It takes practice. But here's one shortcut. Probably a day doesn't go... Tagged with performance, rails, ruby.

Code with Jason is back! On this episode, TJ Stankus returns for a discussion of Object Oriented Programming and his book 99 Bottles of OOP. We also discuss managing large applications with Rails, models, organizing by domain concept, and microservices.

Andrew and Julie are joined today by Collin Jilbert, an engineer at GoRails, to talk all things screencasting. Have you ever been interested in creating screencasts about Ruby on Rails topics? Go ahead and download this episode now to find out how!

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