Isn’t it fascinating to discover how programmers change their preferences? Exactly like grown-ups find new horizons and prospects. So here comes and interesting material on how developers change programming languages over time. Maybe you’ll find there your migration way.
Do you believe in existing the best single option for development of any project? Whatever it is: a mobile application, back office system, search engine or a website. Probably, you don’t. We thought that. But let us introduce you a scope of Ruby on Rails advantages for web development will make you take it as an option.
Where you will be when heat will come? Probably, at the same place, waiting for the next weekly digest with the latest news and hypes. Eventually our Syndicode Digest #11 – Bottled wisdom is here for you!
Microservices show tremendous promise in enabling agility and improving resiliency. But a blind rush into a microservices architecture can also create more problems than it solves, said in the article Determining when a microservice approach is not the best architecture. We will try to sum up when the necessity of a microservice approach appears.
In this article you will read about classic form of memoization in Ruby, in order to present to you further approaches that meet certain requirements which the classical form can not afford.
Probably, you know most of them. But still, its always a pleasure to find out that a site you use every day (or, at least, often) is built with Ruby on Rails web application framework. In this list you will find well-known sites that were created using Ruby on Rails.
Is Ruby on Rails appropriate for FinTech startups? Industry of financial technologies demands companies to use new technology along with innovation for being able to compete in the marketplace comprising. It also needs to be secure enough.
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Today is Monday evening (October the 3d). Warm and fuzzy to deliver our digest. Rschema a good article, which present immutable goodness of having type constrained record-like objects in Ruby. Really pleasant to read. Hamster gem which will help to build your code with fuzzy immutable objects. Are you ready for ruby 3.x? Tme based estimates won’t get…