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πŸ’Ž Ruby Radar #80 - Rest In Peace, Chris Seaton

Welcome to the 80th issue of Ruby Radar! Last week we shared our best wishes to Chris Seaton, whom had mentioned he would be taking a rest in a tweet. We didn't know at the time the gravity of what that meant. Our hearts along with many others in the community are broken after hearing the news of his passing. Our deepest condolences go out to his family and friends.

Jason did a Hanami livestream on Twitch and Andrew was his Twitch mod, which for Andrew, made all his dreams come true. What’s so cool about Hanami? Well, you’ll find out today, along with learning why dry-rb gems are so nice, more about ROM and Tilt.

Listen to and watch our conversation with M. Scott Ford and learn how to build technical wealth, enjoy working with legacy code, tools, and strategies to remove dead code, and how thrive in a world of makers as a mender.

Time dependent tests are difficult to diagnose, and the symptoms don't present themselves until it's too late. This article will help you determine if your test suite is time dependent.

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Jason Charnes went live on Twitch to build a Hanami 2.0 application!

Essentially, Tonic parses your collection, defined in a YAML or JSON file, and automatically generates a customizable static website to explore your collection in a smart way, with a lot of filtering and sorting options (automatically inferred from your collection attributes).

Art Vandelay is an importer/exporter for Rails 6.0 and higher. - Release v0.1.0 (December 9, 2022) Β· thoughtbot/art_vandelay

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