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A list of tools to measure the page load time and its optimization: https://netguru.co/blog/speed-page-load-owners-developers
Capistrano is a well-known tool for deploying your code. But what fewer people know is that you can also use it for performing additional tasks on your server. - https://intercityup.com/blog/useful-capistrano-plugins.html
This is the third part of the DIY CPU Profiler blog series from Codemancers, the folks behind Rbkit Ruby profiler. This part is about how to build a very rudimentary Instrumentation profiler for Ruby
Hello, over at the Planet Ruby the Gem of the Week series continues with #16 - tilt - that lets you build your own micro web framework in less than 33 lines of code (inspired by Konstantin Haase’s Almost Sinatra hack). Full article. Cheers.
Pete Keen has a great article on handling purchases so they happen once and only once with Stripe
I migrated an ad-hoc URL slug solution to use FriendlyId for Orientation this morning and thought this could be handy to anyone in a similar situation.
Just wrote up a post about Method object and the things it provides: http://blog.diatomenterprises.com/breaking-down-method-object/
A brief introduction to the first data mapping backend used by ROM. Meet Transproc.
I recently sorted through an unexpected error around singleton methods; this post is a breakdown of where things went wrong initially and how it got sorted out.