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📚 Courses and Books
🎧 Sebastian Wilgosz published a new episode about Editing video with Artur Orlov | content_for :devs #010
🎧 Indie Rails published a new episode of IndieRails with Dave Paola → “In this episode Dave Paola shares with us the behind-the-scenes of starting a software consultancy. We especially get into hiring and in onboarding junior developers”
🎧 Tightly Coupled Book Club published their first episode about the Tightly Coupled Book Club - 1: Getting Started With Rails (chapters 1-4)
🎥 Dave Kimura published a new episode about Episode 395 - Transcribing with Artificial Intelligence
🎥 Pete Hawkins published a new episode about Adding tags to content using Postgres’ JSONB in Rails
🎥 Deanin published a new video about Store Runescape API Player Data In Ruby on Rails 7
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Adam Hess wrote an article about Building GitHub with Ruby and Rails | The GitHub Blog
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Robby Russell published a new article about How to Decommission Your Ruby on Rails Application
Paweł Dąbrowski published a deep dive about Everything you wanted to know about environment variables in Rails. Here is a code sample proposed by Pawel inside the article to allow changing environment variables in real-time, but the article contains a lot more about environment variables:
Jean Boussier published a new article about Adventures in Garbage Collection: Improving GC Performance in our Massive Monolith
Peter Zhu published another article in the series A Rubyist's Walk Along the C-side (Part 10): Benchmarking
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