๐Ÿ’Ž Ruby Radar #79 -

Welcome to the 79th issue of Ruby Radar! Before we mention anything about the contents of this week's issue, we would like to thank Chris Seaton for all of his time, effort, devotion, and involvement in the Ruby community. We would like to wish him all the best in whatever he does next in his life. With that said, this week's issue has some cool gem releases, a podcast panel from RubyConf mini, and much more.

Live from Providence, RI, it is the Rubyconf Mini Podcast Panel! Panelists from different community podcasts come together to discuss their experiences at the conference, field questions from the audience attendees and of course, mention their upcoming talks they were giving at the conference.

The guys are ready to dive into some Ruby talk after Thanksgiving festivities that involved eating, drinking a pitcher of mimosas, and playing Warzone. The guys discuss the new Ruby version that came out with a CGI security fix, and theyโ€™ll take us through some of the new features in Ruby 3.2.0 that should be coming out at Christmas. Andrew and Jason explain what they did with a PR in the pay Gem, Chris tells us what he did with payments and refactoring stuff, and thereโ€™s a new file browser on GitHub weโ€™ll learn about. Also, the guys talk about the awesome RubyMoney library, and the Money and Money-Rails Gems. Download this episode now to find out more!

Jason Swett asked on Twitter if anyone has an app with 2000+ tests that does not have a severe flaky test problem. I have two such apps, and I want to share the lengths Iโ€™ve gone to to make the tests not flaky.

Enum Types in Postgres This is another in the series โ€œYeah, Postgres can do that.โ€ You can... Tagged with rails, postgres, database, tutorial.

A modest JavaScript framework for the HTML you already have - Release v3.2.0 ยท hotwired/stimulus

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