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Lex tool in Ruby released!

I’ve released lex, a Ruby implementation of GNU lex tool. I’m looking forward to community contributions in implementing lexers for the many languages inside the lexers.

SOLID Review: Dependency Inversion Principle

The final SOLID principle is known as the Dependency Inversion principle. Arguably the most important of the five principles, the Dependency Inversion principle can be thought of as a culmination of the principles preceding it. Systems that abide by the other SOLID principles tend to follow the Dependency Inversion principle as a result. [more inside]

Scalability of Spree Commerce

In this article, we demonstrate the approach we take to Scaling Spree Commerce and what you should be doing to understand your Ruby systems constraints and the points at which you’re going to need additional capacity.

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