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Sail 3.0.0 released!

Sail is a lightweight Rails engine that brings an admin panel for managing configuration settings on a live Rails app. [more inside]

Messages on Rails Part 1 - Introduction to Kafka and RabbitMQ

Microservices, Service-Oriented Architecture (SOA) and in general, distributed ecosystems, have been on hype in the last several years. And that’s for a good reason! At certain point, The Majestic Monolith “pattern” might start causing issues, both from the purely technical reasons like scalability, tight coupling of the code if you don’t follow Domain-Driven Design or some other practices improving modularity, maintenance overhead, and also from organizational perspective since working in smaller teams on smaller apps is more efficient than working with huge team on an even bigger monolith which suffers from tight coupling and low cohesion. However, this is only true if the overall architecture addresses the potential problems that are common in the micro/macro-services world. One of these problems I would like to focus on is communication between apps and how the data flows between them. [more inside]

Visualized desktop workspaces flow

This article is not dedicated to anything Ruby. But it’s more about how I boost my productivity when working on projects. Example I’m providing there is Ruby on Rails related. So I hope it will help web-developers of any technology. [more inside]

Interview with Adam Wathan on TailwindCSS, Ruby, and more

This episode of Remote Ruby, we’re joined by Adam Wathan, a full-stack developer, Full Stack Radio podcast host, and author of Tailwind CSS. We spend some time sharing his journey into programming, how he got started with Laravel (PHP framework), how Ruby has influenced his software writing and the story behind Tailwind CSS. [more inside]

(Secure) Ruby Quiz - Challenge #3 - Create a Powerball Mega Millions Lottery Contract

Hello, It’s Friday. (Secure) Ruby Quiz Time! Let’s use America’s most popular lottery - Powerball Mega Millions - and make it provable fair by - surprise, surprise - putting the machinery on the blockchain with a contract script in (secure) ruby. Let’s warm-up with the simplest possible lottery first. Join us. Question or comments welcome. Note, the ruby-talk mailing list is the “official” sruby channel. Cheers. Prost.

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.

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