I've started a small tradition at Puma - if you're a new "supercontributor" (roughly ~5+ commits in a release) you get to name the next minor version. Thanks for all the contributions of @firstname.lastname@example.org's Chris LaRose. Puma 5.1 will be named "At Your Service" https://github.com/puma/puma/pull/2491/files
some xoogler: rails doesn't scale
me: git hub dot com
Every Puma codename: https://gist.github.com/nateberkopec/f9e5ae54fea30c312a6a820277ff429f What's your favorite?
Anyway, I hope you enjoy. If you already have the CGRP but want more detail, more direction and more material, this is a great upgrade.
I'm also happy it's available as a recording. One thing I learned from dozens and dozens of live events is that people don't learn at the same speeds. Some skip ahead, some need to rewind a few times. This new format allows everyone to work at their own pace.
I'm really happy with this new edition. It's delivered entirely via free software (GPL-licensed CLI client). You can try the client right now: $ gem install rpw && rpw list
Launching: The Rails Performance Workshop. After 2 years of preparation, it's finally available online. 6 hours of all-new HD video. 10 hands-on exercises. Guided "pull request program". Delivered via CLI. Available now. https://www.speedshop.co/rails-performance-workshop.html
There was a point in time where you could walk around the East Village and literally do this @email@example.com @firstname.lastname@example.org @email@example.com
Fuck, remember dubstep?
(it's also not actually single malt it's blended that's why its cheap)
Toki is maybe my favorite “cheap” whiskey in the USA right now
Finally! Someone did it!
Link: Rubyist — Powerful iOS automation for Ruby enthusiasts. https://rubyist.app/?s=09
er without the backticks obv, I was thinking in Markdown
it's shocking to me that they haven't put 2 and 2 together here yet
Author, The Complete Guide to Rails Performance. Co-maintainer of Puma. http://speedshop.co (he/him)
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