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Ruby Quiz Code Challenge #1 - Tic-Tac-Toe Game Contract - And the Solution is...

Hello, Spoiler Alert! Here’s the (secure) ruby reference solution in its full glory for the (Secure) Ruby Quiz - Code Challenge #1 - Create a 3x3 Tic-Tac-Toe Player vs Player Game Contract. Compare the sruby code to the EOS.IO C++ spaghetti “monster”? I guess the C++ version is at least 10x faster :-). Cheers. Prost. Happy coding and (crypto) blockchain contract scripting with sruby.

Ruby Quiz - (Crypto) Blockchain Contract Edition - Challenge #2 PonzICO Investment

Hello, to kickstart the new ruby quiz (crypto) blockchain contract edition let’s add another (easier) coding challenge: Challenge #2 - Create a PonzICO Investment Contract - Blockchain Performance Art. Let’s use the live and “real world” blockchain performance art PonzICO investment contract running on the Ethereum world computer. Read the PonzICO White Paperfor how the investment scheme and dividend payouts work and what your money will get used for. Can you do better (than the JavaScript-like Solidity “world standard”)? Post your code snippets (or questions or comments) on the “official” Ruby Quiz Channel, that is, the ruby-talk mailing list. Happy hacking and (crypto) blockchain contract scripting with sruby.

Rails 6 unnoticed features

Rails 6.0.0.beta1 is out and you may have already tested it. We all have heard about the main features such as multi-database connectivity, Action Mailbox & Action Text merge, parallelized testing, Action Cable testing etc. But there’s also a ton of other cool features that I found interesting. [more inside]

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