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Building, Testing and Deploying AWS Lambda Functions in Ruby

For quick, scalable, highly-available web services, few options compare to AWS Lambda. Just provide your code, add a little configuration, and you’re done! In this article, Milap Neupane will introduce us to Lambda, show us how to get it working with Ruby and the Serverless Framework, and discuss reasons to use — or to not use! — Lambda in production.

Easy Automated Rails Tests with Github Actions

Modern software development typically includes some form of continuous integration and delivery. An essential part of CI/CD is automated tests. Github Actions is a quick and easy way to do automated testing. This is my “starter workflow” for automated Rails tests in Github Actions! [more inside]

Day 7 - centralbank @ Ruby Blockchain Week 2021 - 7 Days of Ruby (Crypto) Gems

Hello, let’s welcome the seventh write-up in the Ruby Blockchain Week 2021: Day 7 - centralbank Gem - Print Your Own Money / Cryptocurrency - Run Your Own Federated Central Bank Nodes on the Blockchain Peer-to-Peer over HTTP. Cheers. Prost PS: Bonus! - Day 7 - merkletree Gem - Build Your Own Crypto Hash Trees - Grow Your Own Money on Trees. That’s the end of the blockchain series 2021. See you next year. Have fun staying poor.

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