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Rescue exceptions DSL for plain Ruby objects with Rails

Likewise in Rails controllers we have a useful functionality to catch exceptions with rescue_from in order to change the default behavior, it’s too easy to obtain it for any other type of a Ruby object in Rails applications. Check out this post about the solution.

New Podcast from Table XI and Noel Rappin

I think people here might be interested in a podcast I’m doing, http://www.techdoneright.io/ – it’s about building better software to develop better careers, companies, and communities. The first episode has Jessie Shternshus of The Improv Effect talking about building trust and building teams, with some great advice on making feedback work. I’d really appreciate it if you checked it out and passed it along — http://www.techdoneright.io/001-building-trust — I think you’ll like it.

Played around Redis Keyspace Notifications with Ruby

I came across the so-called Redis Keyspace Notifications and played around it with Ruby. It basically acts as a Pub/Sub mechanism that enables clients to subscribe to a Redis channel and receive “published” events whenever a Redis command or data alteration is encountered. [more inside]

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