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I wrote a small article about two insights I had about using Sorbet in a large Rails app:
A new in-depth guide by Garrett Dimon.
Business Class, a Ruby on Rails starter kit, gets a new release. Direct uploads, antispam, blog post previews, and Kamal CD.
In this episode, we discuss how Creston built a 2 terabyte database for his new Postgres performance optimization course: https://www.rubberduckdevshow.com/episodes/116-building-2-terabyte-database-for-postgres-course/
A short article why NOT NULL constraints are essential for long-term product health. Read it at https://www.gregnavis.com/articles/presence-null-and-product-requirements-in-rails.html
Recently, I was interviewed for the 2024 Ruby Dev Summit, and a video podcast of the interview was just posted online and is available to watch for free for the next 24 hours (Fri, Feb 16 3pm ET till Sat, Feb 17 3pm ET). Also, an audio podcast was published in the Ruby Rogues podcast. [more inside]
Read about the Neovim plugin that makes running RSpec from within Neovim effortless, and the story of its latest update. https://dev.to/melopilosyan/the-joy-of-creating-your-own-toolkit-34fl
How many times have you or someone on your team brushed off a failing build with a casual, ‘It’s fine, it’s just a flaky spec—ignore it’? [more inside]
For multi-tenant backend apps, managing a background job queue in a “fair” way can be difficult. In this post, we’ll show and explain a potential solution for your Rails and Sidekiq apps, and present our new Ruby gem to implement it. [more inside]