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Friday, April 20, 2018

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Two levels deep Service Objects Ruby Flow
I personally prefer small classes, short, single purpose methods over the one big piece of code. Having said that I have to admit that this approach has a significant downside - methods are short quite often because internally they call other methods, which call other methods, which call other method
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Double Shot #2080 Mike Gunderloy (A Fresh Cup)
Announcing Hanami v1.2.0 - Rails isn't the only Ruby web application framework with a significant release this month. prototool - "Your Swiss Army Knife for Protocol Buffers" VuePress - Vue-powered static site generator.
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New names for GitLab self-hosted pricing tiers GitLab News
At GitLab, iteration is one of our core values. We’ve recently iterated on the names of our self-hosted pricing tiers, so Marcia and I got together and wrote this post to catch you up on the current options. We’ll explain each tier, and share how to figure out which features your subscription gives y

Thursday, April 19, 2018

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Linear regression in Ruby Ruby Flow
want to get into machine learning? Follow along in this short post on how to implement linear regression in ruby. Expect some math, a few terminators and most importantly, ruby code: medium.com/@oem_83498/linear-regression-in-ruby-a170f9a892e5?source=linkShare-c59519c86fc7-1524163748
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Who’s responsible for the software we build? Ruby Flow
Turns out running a company isn’t just about money, fame or even cool products and happy customers. We have a social responsibility towards our employees and society at large: blog.phusion.nl/2018/04/19/whos-responsible-for-the-software-we-build/
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Double Shot #2079 Mike Gunderloy (A Fresh Cup)
Do you have too many microservices? - Five Design Attributes that can Help - Figuring out where to set microservice boundaries is actually non-trivial. Separating Data and Code in Rails Architecture - Some thoughts on building out a large Rails application in a maintainable, scalable way. Service m
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HTTPS by Default Discourse News
Here at Discourse World HQ, we’re firm believers in the value of security. We fund a public bug bounty program, and we document our security policy and procedures right in the repo. Securing traffic between a forum’s server and its users is important, too, and we’ve had first-class support for integr
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Wednesday, April 18, 2018

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Executing Python code with Ruby Ruby Flow
Useful for accessing Python standard libraries, and re-using code already written in Python without having to port it to Ruby: readysteadycode.com/howto-execute-python-code-with-ruby
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Ruby 2.5 enables Thread.report_on_exception by default Ruby Flow
Threads are hard to work because when they die then , by default, we don’t get much info. This new feature in ruby 2.5 would provide us more info when threads die due to an uncaught exception. Originally this feature was discussed 6 years ago. Read on to see why it took so long.
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Double Shot #2078 Mike Gunderloy (A Fresh Cup)
You’re Not Actually Building Microservices -"You see, a distributed monolith is the worst of all worlds." Amen to that. How Patreon Levels Engineers - An organized way to deal with fairness and professional growth. The yield keyword - A dive into a chunk of Ruby syntax. <a href=hackernoon.com/an
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Merge requests are coming to your desktop with Tower GitLab News
The concept of "merge requests" has changed the way we work – by redefining the way we collaborate. Although it's a relatively new tool, it's already hard to think back to how we worked without them. Very recently, they have even burst out of the browser and are now, finally, accessible right on you

Tuesday, April 17, 2018

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