Hey, you are! Are you a person who waits till the Friday come to rest your head and taste the evening? No hurry, no emergency tasks, no calls, just you and your relaxing mood. We know what you need right now to get inspired and delighted before the weekend. You need our new Syndicode Digest #47 – Fiber whiskers!
It happens sometimes that your plans dramatically change. You were going to finish one stuff and begin something else, but suddenly everything goes topsy-turvy. And you find yourself in the Mexican border in someone else clothes. The same feelings you have when a day off turns to a working day or a working day turns into a holiday. Plans change and you don’t know what to do. Well, at least you have us and our stable Syndicode Digest #46 – Bizzare daytime!
There’s an assumption that every person tends to exaggerate all the things related to his or her professional activity. Like if someone asks you how long you’re studying Ruby, instead of ‘two weeks’ you will probably reply ‘almost a month’. In order to look more professional. Or if you just have enough work not to distract on 9gag or something similar, you would say that you’re too busy these days and exhausted. Technically, that’s not a lie, but an exaggeration. With no exaggerations, in our today’s digest, you will find very nice longreads, hacks and news will make you more professional! Read Syndicode Digest #44 – Exaggerated exaggerations.
Meet the 2nd digest with the most popular Rails repositories of the week! Weekly trending Ruby on Rails repositories from Feb, 19 will include famous and brand new gems, engines, virtual machines and more.
Active Storage is a Rails 5.2 gem that makes it easy to handle file uploads to the storage services. Let’s talk about the actual code you can use to handle file uploads to storage services from Amazon, Google, and Microsoft. Syndicode found for you the tutorial on using Active Storage on Rails 5.2.
During compilation, some parts of your code are converted to Ruby objects and then the addresses for those objects are embedded in the bytecode. We do obviously need a strategy for reducing memory usage in Ruby!
As we love Ruby on Rails, we are trying not to miss anything related that can interest us and can be useful for our next projects. If you remember, Syndicode already shared with you some interesting materials about RoR gems. Today we’ll go further and show you Ruby on Rails gems for creative developers!
Greetings! In few days we all will meet the New Year. To mark this occasion Syndicode shares with you the most interesting links from the world of technology (as we always do). But that’s not all! Today we also want to remind you about the holiday spirit. Make it fun! Enjoy our last digest in 2017, Syndicode Digest #36 – Washboard man!
Sometimes it’s going hard. Whatever you do it is not what you wanted and imagined to be. But, as you know, every cloud has a silver lining! And soon you will forget about these no-go times. Just relax and read our new Syndicode Digest #34 – Anguished typewriting.
Do you remember our article about the most popular RoR gems? There we created the scope of gems are still in use from 2014. Using them you’ll definitely make your work simpler because all you need is already created. But “the times they are a-changin'” as Bob Dylan said. So today we have even better gems to share with you. Syndicode has found a treasure chest with 7 gems to provide better RoR architecture.
What is evil? Is the knowledge you will never use is a pure evil? Or shiny prospects you see when starting the brand new programming language? This could be promising, as we wrote earlier in Decision making by the developer article, but expectations might not become true. Stay tuned to avoid facing the evil, read our new Syndicode Digest #27 – Vitriolic book.