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One more article about ruby best practice

Everyone engineer should read tech literature in free time. When you are reading you learn a lot of new things. You read about someone’s experience, best practice and fails. With that useful information you can see new opportunity, can make your code better and more stable, can create new features better and faster.
In this article I want to share some good practice that I have read in tech literature.

https://medium.com/@kopilov.vlad/one-more-article-about-ruby-best-practice-dbce5ea4a7dd

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