📑 Short Ruby News - The Content Edition #42
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📚 Andrew Atkinson announced they are working on a book called High Performance PostgreSQL for Rails
🗞️ Aurelie Verrot announced a new edition of Women on Rails Newsletter → Newsletter #48: Monolith or micro-services, the new or dessert...
🗞️ Any Cable published a new edition of their newsletter Any Cables Monthly #9
🗞️ Greg Molnar published a new edition of This Week in Rails Rails World CFP, picture_tag helper and more!
🗞️ Allison Pike published a new edition of their newsletter, Once a Maintainer; this edition is about Maciej Mensfeld
🗞️ Ruby Libhunt published a new edition of Awesome Ruby Newsletter - Issue 364
🗞️ Ruby Radar published a new edition about Ruby Kaigi FOMO
🗞️ Ruby Weekly published a new edition: I love static types.. I love them not..
🎧 Hanami Mastery published a new episode about Newsletter is just a start with Lucian Ghinda!
🎧 The Ruby On Rails Podcast published a new episode about Episode 469: Railsconf 2023: A Ruby Community Podcast Live!
🎧Jason Swett published a new episode about 181 - How to Fix Flaky Tests with Dan Manges, Founder of RWX
🎧 Ruby For All published a new episode about RailsConf 2023: Recapping What You Missed
📽️ Graceful.Dev published new videos:
A teaser for their paid course about Zero to Continuous Deployment with Ruby, Roda, and Cloud66 (Teaser)
📽️ The Rubber Duck Dev Show published a new edition about Hotwires and Cookbooks with Andrea Rocca
📽️ Jason Swett published a new episode about Code with Jason Meetup - this is the Europe edition Feedback loops and testing
🎥 Hanami Mastery published a new video about Bridgetown to blog with Ruby
🎥 Drifting Ruby published a new episode about Session Hijacking
🎥 Yaroslav Shmarov published new videos about:
Ruby on Rails #131 API Documentation with OpenAPI, Swagger, RSWAG. Generate manifest with ChatGPT?!
🎥 Deanin published new videos:
Editor.js Image Uploads with Active Storage | Ruby on Rails 7 Tutorial Part 2
🎥 Hanami Mastery published a new PRO episode about Github integration with Hanami
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🗒️ RubyKaigi Slides
🗒️ Yusuke Nakamura shared their slides about Ruby Implementation of QUIC: Progress and Challenges
🗒️ Tomoya Ishida shared their slides about Power up your REPL life with types
🗒️ Benoit Daloze shared their slides about Splitting: The Crucial Optimization for Ruby Blocks
🗒️ Koichi Ito shared their slides about The Resurrection of the Fast Parallel Test Runner
🗒️ Hiroshi Shibata shared their slides about How resolve Gem dependencies in your code?
🗒️ Tsuyusato Kitsune shared the slides of the presentation about Make Regexp#match much faster
🗒️ Ivo Anjo shared their slides about Understanding the Ruby Global VM Lock by Observing it
🗒️ Stan Lo shared their slides about Build a mini Ruby debugger
🗒️ Takashi Kokubun shared their slides about Ruby JIT Hacking Guide
🗒️ Jeremy Evans shared their slides about The Second Oldest Bug
RubyKaigi articles and videos
Hideki Okawa shared 初めてリアルの技術カンファレンスに参加した（RubyKaigi2023参加レポ） (EN version translated by Google here)
Justin Searls published an interview with Takashi Kokubun RubyKaigi 2023 - Interviewed Kokubun Just-In-Time
Justin Searls also published a very good field coverage of RubyKaigi 2023 at Field Report: RubyKaigi
Hanami Mastery published a new article about Let's make a blog with Bridgetown
Guo Xiang published an article about Running Ruby 3.2's YJIT in Production at Discourse
Andrew Jones published an article about Solving a critical bug in the default Rails caching library
Nate Berkopec published a new article about Singed, a Profiler Front-End for Ruby and Rails Applications
Stephen Carter published a new article about Object-Oriented Ruby Basics
Tsuyusato Kitsune published an article about Explanation of "Regular expression for calculating binary addition" announced at RubyKaigi 2023 (original in JP, here is the Google Translated version)
Caius Durling published an article about `asdf install ruby` on macOS
Paweł Urbanek published an article about Five Easy to Miss Performance Fixes for Rails Apps
Paweł Dąbrowski published an article about Simple Rails design patterns with significant impact
Mika Henriksson published an article about Using systemd to monitor Puma
Phil Smy published an article about Rails 7, TinyMCE 6, and uploading with ActiveStorage
Rémy Hannequin published their sixth part of Astronomical computing – Ep 6 - Solving Kepler's equation in Ruby
Minchul An published a new article about Demystifying Active Record Associations
Akshay Khot published a new article about Did You Know that You Can Catch and Throw Stuff in Ruby?
Chris White published a new article about Don't Review PRs Like a Space Wizard
Donn Felker published an article about The 15-Minute Meeting: Change Your Workday, Change Your Life
Taylor Barnett published an article about Backward compatible database changes
Dave Paola published a thread with advice for junior devs to not compare themselves with others:
Here are some main reasons, but please do read the thread to discover what Dave propose to do instead of comparing with others:
“Constantly comparing yourself to others can breed self-doubt and chip away at your motivation”
“When you're fixated on what others can do better, you may overlook your own strengths and abilities.”
Dave Paola also shared a new email course about Hiring Junior Devs Bootcamp
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