📑 Short Ruby News - The Content Edition #43
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📚 Noel Rappin announced that Programming Ruby 3.2 (5th Edition) is now draft-complete:
🗞️ Ruby Weekly published a new edition: Ruby 3.3 makes its first appearance
🗞Vipul A M published a new edition of This Week in Rails about Rails World CFP, ActiveRecord.disconnect_all!, optimized where query and more!
🗞 Greg Molnar published a new edition of Rails Tricks about Shared examples with Minitest - Rails Tricks Issue 7
🗞️ Ruby Libhunt published a new edition of Awesome Ruby Newsletter - Issue 365
🗞️ Ruby Radar published a new edition about Spilling Beans
🎧Rooftop Ruby published a new episode about 13: Open Source and More With Marco Roth
🎧Code And The Coding Coders Who Code It published a new episode about Episode 21 - Nick Schwaderer
🎧 Indie Rails published a new episode about Pascal Laliberté - 6 things to avoid as a freelancer
🎧 Remote Ruby published a new episode about Railsconf Recap | Remote Ruby | Episode 229
🎧 Ruby Rogues published an episode with Brad Gessler about Building Rails Application with Phlex
📽️ Yaroslav Shmarov published their first episode of SupeChat Amanda Perino from Rails Foundation about Rails World
📽️ The Rubber Duck Dev Show published a new episode about Leveling Up For Juniors With CodeWithJulie
🎥 Yaroslav Shmarov published a new episode about Rails 7 #133 API Pagination with Pagy
🎥 Dave Kimura published a new episode about Tokenized Search
🎥 Deanin published new episodes about:
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Samuel Williams shared their slides from Ruby Conf AU: Asynchronous Rails
Big Binary published an article about Rails 7.1 adds ActiveRecord::Base::normalizes
On the same topic Sampat Badhe also published an article about Rails 7.1 AR adds normalizes API for attribute values
Shivam Singh Chahar published an article about Rails 7.1 adds support for responsive images
Maurício Maia published an article How-To Add Recommendations to a Rails App with pgvector and OpenAI.
Aestimo Kirina published an article about Manage Your Ruby Logs Like a Pro
Akshay Khot published an article about How to Create Custom Flash Types in Rails
Adam Rice published an article about Debugging with introspection
Takashi Kokubun published an article about their talk at RubyKaigi about [JP] Announced how to write a JIT compiler on RubyKaigi (English version translated with Google)
Ariel Juodziukynas published an article about Handling Environment Variables in Ruby
Unathi Chonco published an article about Ruby Method Lookup Demystified: Inheritance, Mixins, and Super
Paweł Dąbrowski published an article about Unraveling the mystery of the super keyword
Dave Copeland shared an article about My 20 Year Career is Technical Debt or Deprecated
Paweł Dąbrowski published an article about Understanding database Indexes in PostgreSQL
Jeremy Smith shared an repository about prompt-engineering: Tips and tricks for working with Large Language Models like OpenAI's GPT-4
Lucas Barret published an article about Postgres concurrency what could go wrong (part 1)
Adam Rice published an article about Why you shouldn't exclusively hire senior developers
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