I’m speaking next month about improving our server-rendered views, so I’d love to hear from you:
How do you manage complexity in the view layer? Which strategies have worked well for you, and which haven’t? What do you feel is lacking right now?
After reading Fielding's thesis, I redesigned https://github.com/socketry/async-rest to build on the core abstractions of REST as described https://www.ics.uci.edu/~fielding/pubs/dissertation/rest_arch_style.htm
Ruby 2.6 was released yesterday and all the native implementations to Fiber were merged. https://www.ruby-lang.org/en/news/2018/12/25/ruby-2-6-0-released/
Finally launched Faktory Pro, the commercial sibling of Faktory, my background job system for all programming languages.
If you want Sidekiq for Python, JS, PHP, Elixir, Rust or Go, this is your jam.
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Building SQL Expressions with Sequel https://bits.citrusbyte.com/building-sql-expressions-with-sequel/
#PeerTube v1.0.0 is... Out! Announcement scheduled for October 15th!
Good job everyone! 👏
I just released some updates to https://github.com/socketry/falcon including improvements to http/1 and http/2 protocol handling and several bug fixes. If you have a moment, it's rails compatible! Take it for a spin and give me some feedback :)
I need a Script written in PHP #converted to Ruby on Rails with all it's functionality. It is a small #Advertising Script for #Textlinks from a #Backlinkseller like a Plug-in in PHP, that I need to run with Mastodon. Details via DM! 😏
Boosts are very appreciated and thanks to Everyone for sharing! 😉
Looks like a cool opportunity
Paid opportunity to mentor or be mentored!
Probably will stream today game dev with Ruby and C. ETA ~2 hours. http://twitch.tv/amirrajan
I'm happy to say TruffleRuby 1.0.0 RC 6 is now out. You'll probably have to update master in your ruby version installer of choice.
We fixed quite a few bug and filled in some performance gaps. A lot of this was based on user bug reports. If you're interested, please give it a whirl and report any issues you encounter.
Full changelog: https://github.com/oracle/truffleruby/blob/master/CHANGELOG.md
@lrz Theory: it's a mixture of:
1. Lack of a typing system
2. The way everything can be mixed into everything else
3. Dev community
4. REPL-first development mindset
5. Banking *hard* on core *NIX principles for program interactions (stuff runs in the CLI, WEBrick out of the box for a foreground-accessible HTTP server)
All that means its easier to test an idea, reach for Ruby first, refactor, and it has a flexible core built on a rock-solid foundation.
Purism and UBports officially collaborate to offer Ubuntu Touch on Librem 5
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