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πŸ’Ž Ruby Radar #8 - Rainy Day Edition

Welcome to the eighth issue of Ruby Radar. Has it been raining all day for anyone else? Getting out of bed to publish this was the extent of my day, which is a perfect weekend.

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Learn Hotwire by building a forum, an open source Turbo-iOS starter project, and an opinionated collection of Stimulus best practices.

There’s a new gem in town! It’s a memoization gem called MemoWise (pun very much intended) and we think it’s the best way to memoize methods in Ruby. This post covers how we made it so fast, and you can also read our other posts about its origin story and some advanced Ruby tricks we learned along the way.

Since early 2013, I have been maintaining rails-sqli.org, a collection of Rails ActiveRecord methods that can be vulnerable to SQL injection. Rails 6 …

Today, we are excited to have on Collin Jilbert, Software Engineer at IMPACT. Collin is here to talk about being a Junior Rails Engineer, his journey, Bootcamps, and doing Ruby Radar with Andrew. He shares some honest advice about being a successful new developer, which includes to keep digging, keep researching things, digging deeper to grow, educating yourself, and sharing what you’ve learned.

Jeremy Evans, author of the Roda framework, joins the Rogues to talk about how to use Roda to build Ruby web applications. Roda is a super lightweight framework that adds features through plugins to give you the power you need when you need it to build your applications. This allows you to bring in only...

⏱ Create and manage multiple timers to tell where your Ruby code's time is going - testdouble/time_up

Talk given by Mike Rogers at the online RUG::B Meetup on July 1st, 2021.https://www.rug-b.de/events/ruby-usergroup-berlin-july-2021-657Full Stack Web Develop...

Everyone knows how messy Rails controllers can be come. In this episode, I'm implementing the service-pattern on steroids using dry-monads in my sample Rails application.

Eventbrite - WNB.rb presents WNB.rb Fireside Chat About Technical Speaking - Tuesday, July 27, 2021 - Find event and ticket information.

The Ruby on Rails web framework provides a library called ActiveRecord which provides an abstraction for accessing databases.

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Curated with ❀️ and πŸ’Ž by Andrew Mason and Collin Jilbert