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Opening The Ruby Concurrency Toolbox

We just published an excellent post by Alex Braha Stoll. You’ll learn about all the tools that Ruby provides us for writing concurrent programs. You’ll see the same problem solved by each of these tools. That makes it easy to compare them. And finally, you’ll learn what might be on the horizon for Ruby concurrency. [more inside]

Ruby Quiz - Challenge #17 - Build an HTML Template Engine Like It's 1999

Hello, It’s Friday. Ruby Quiz time! Join us for the second challenge in the new year in 2020! Here we go: Challenge #17 - Build an HTML Template Engine Like It’s 1999 Let’s say you have the following blog roll / channels defined in ruby… Post your code snippets on the “official” Ruby Quiz Channel, that is, the ruby-talk mailing list. Happy text processing and template merging with Ruby.

Deploying Rails 6 application with Dokku

Heroku, AWS, Google Cloud are great services for hosting Rails application but they are expensive. If you are developing a small app, kicking off a startup or just playing with Rails you can use cheaper solutions - cloud hosting, like DigitalOcean or Upcloud. The problem is the setup - you need to install dependencies on your own. Then deploy your application manually or using for example capistrano, which also requirers a lot of setup. What if we had self-hosted heroku? Read the post

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