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Extract a service object in any Ruby framework

We often talk about extracting service objects in the Ruby community. Very often it’s in the context of Rails apps. However, the technique is very good in any situation where you deal with a framework (“they call you”). [more inside]

Introducing Yesql for Ruby using ROM

A fresh new adapter for ROM has been released that allows you to use plain SQL in a similar way as Clojure’s Yesql. You can read about it right here.

Fault Tolerant Router

Do you have multiple internet uplinks? Do you want to use all of the available bandwidth? Do you want to remain online even if some of the uplinks go down? I’ve just released Fault Tolerant Router, check it out!

Verse 0.3 release

New verse adds padding transformation and line breaks sanitizer.

Upcoming SecCasts Live: Rails Vulnerabilities

nVisium is doing its first Rails-focused SecCasts Live in two (live, of course) sessions on March 18th. Ken Johnson will present the top 3 most dangerous issues we regularly encounter in Rails applications along with steps to fix your applications. Registration is free and encouraged to take part in the live Q&A, but the recording of the session will be available later at SecCasts.

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