If you use Ruby, we’d like to have your attention for a minute! There are multiple vulnerabilities in RubyGems bundled by Ruby.
Great news! After 9 months the new Sinatra v2.0.1 released. It’s alternative to our favorite Rails, but we’re unbiased and provide you with all the latest and interesting information.
Are you ready for some experiment? What if you could take an arbitrary Ruby process’s PID and start tracking its memory allocations? Today we’ll talk about spying on a Ruby process’s memory allocations with eBPF.
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.
St.Valentine’s Day is left behind and no romantic mood left. But aren’t you still in love with what you do? What is your current project you’re crazy about? Well, if you have such – you’re lucky. If you don’t – you must be a very lazy person who doesn’t mind to asleep at the wheel. But not today! Put all your attention to doing your work perfect, to fall in love with it! And with our today’s digest Syndicode Digest #43 – Active laziness.
Last year we shared with you the outstanding list of the most used Rails gems od all the time. And we hope that was useful for you. Today we’re going to mention 4 of those gems and remind you what they were created for. Meet 4 gems for testing your RoR application!
Today we devote our digest to the power of controlling your body and brain. If you can work out to gain some muscles, why can’t you work out to train your brain? Drills, exercises, and practice could become a necessary part of your schedule. And if will get used to it, soon you will be the real Mister (or Miss) Brain Muscle. You can start right now with our newest Syndicode Digest #42 – Mr. Brain Muscle!
Since we are Ruby on Rails agency, we do pay a lot of attention to materials, tutorials, and news around RoR and Ruby. Recently Syndicode found quite an informative, well-written article about Ruby main features explained for the beginners. And we decided to translate this material for the English-speaking community. Because it is useful to read for all of us! So today we’re going to present you Ruby for beginners: interesting facts and learning process.
From now on we will collect the most popular and promising GitHub RoR repositories and share this list with you. Don’t miss the first edition of the new Syndicode’s digest about weekly trending Ruby on Rails repositories!
If you are standing at the crossroads and not sure whether you should start Ruby, here’s a magic ping that will give you a hint. Ruby is cool enough for learning and great for different software products. A few months ago we shared with you the ultimate list of books and courses to learn Ruby on Rails. Now’s the time to show you books and tutorials for learning and mastering Ruby language!
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!