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ttharma — 5 posts

Cache-Control directives are pretty straightforward to understand. They're easy to use as well if you assume that all the caches between your end user and application correctly implement the spec. Unfortunately, as with any spec, you can't make that assumption. You need to be aware of any spec misinterpretations in the implementation of the caches that you're using, and properly account for them. Learn How to Get Cache-Control Right
When building a custom background processing system, at one point, you need to worry about how you spin up and manage multiple worker processes. This is where most people reinvent the the wheel, and write custom code. Don't reinvent the wheel, and use Einhorn instead.
3 Ways to Create Classes in Ruby  techblog.thescore.com
Out of the box, there are 3 ways to create classes in Ruby. Find out how to use all 3 options, and learn when to use one option over another.
Simple Ways to Protect an API  techblog.thescore.com
Let's explore HTTP Basic Authentication and HTTP Token Authentication as simple solutions to protect an API from unauthorized access with examples in Ruby/Rails.
How You Nest Modules Matters in Ruby  techblog.thescore.com
Ruby provides two different syntaxes to nest modules (and classes), and most Rubyists treat those syntaxes as interchangeable when they shouldn't. Find out why the syntaxes are not interchangeable.