📑 Short Ruby News - The Content Edition #41
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🗞️ Ruby Weekly published a new edition: Faraday keeps us in the loop
🗞️ Greg Molnar published a new edition of Active Record where tricks - Rails Tricks Issue 5
🗞️ Greg Molnar published a new edition of This Week in Rails: Rails World tickets waiting list, caching improvements
🗞️ Ruby Libhunt published a new edition of Awesome Ruby Newsletter - Issue 363, March 4, 2023
🗞️ Ruby Radar published a new edition about What's a Turbo Boost?
🎧 Tightly Coupled Book Club published a new episode about Getting Started With Rails (chapters 8-13)
🎧Code And The Coding Coders Who Code It published a new episode Episode 20 - Julie J
🎧 Indie Rails published a new episode Chris Oliver - The story of GoRails: pivots, near failures, and random surprises
🎧 Jason Swett published a new episode about ChatGPT and Testing with J. B. Rainsberger
🎧 The Rails Changelog published a new episode about Rails 7.1 got rid of the apostrophe for the right single quotation mark!
🎧 Ruby For All published a new episode about Exploring UX Research with Megan Brown
📽️ Dave Kimura published the video version of This Week in Rails - May 5th, 2023
📽️ Joe Masilotti streamed a video on Twitter about Turbo Native office hours - a live Q&A on building hybrid iOS apps with Turbo Native
🎥 Dave Kimura published a new episode about Active Storage Validators | Drifting Ruby
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🎥 Nate Hopkins published a video about Simple Rails + Docker for development and deployment
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Victor Shepelev published a new article about A few words on Ruby's type annotations state
ASWIN K V published an article about Ruby Code Vulnerability Analysis: ConfirmSnsSubscription RCE
Gelsey Torres published an article about The Dangerous Query Method Deprecation
Vlad Hilko published a new article about Say Goodbye to Messy Constants: A New Approach to Moving Constants Away from Your Model!
Ben Sheldon published a new article about Whatever you do, don't autoload Rails `lib/`
Jason Swett published an article about In defense of productivity
Brad Gessler published about Welcome to Rails Cheat Sheet, containing a collection of resources to read when starting with Rails:
JT Dev published an article about How a large transaction can be a source of DB deadlocks and how this can be fixed
Tyler Smith published a new article about Resize images before saving them with Ruby on Rails Active Storage
Raymundo Alva published a new article about Rails Self-Referential Relationships
Felipe Vogel published an article about Parsing text in Ruby, part 2
Paweł Dąbrowski published a new article about Extending Ruby classes
Cem Karakurt published a new article about Refactor Ruby On Rails Application In 5 Steps
Samuelodan published a new article about How To Deploy Your Rails App to a DigitalOcean Droplet Using Dokku
Erim Icel published two articles: Ruby and Ruby on Rails: Tips and Tricks #1
and the second article is Ruby and Ruby on Rails: Tips and Tricks #2
Gokul published a new article about Become a Rails Association Pro: Replicating has_many with Pure Ruby
Jason Swett published an article about Using ChatGPT to reduce "study and synthesize" work
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