Insert your app’s bootstrapping into CI to ensure that setting up a new developer is one script invocation.
I recently gave a talk covering
pluck, and the PostgreSQL Cursor gem for the West Michigan Ruby Users Group.
Over the last year, I have moved my entire workflow over to Sketch. The app is very versatile and removes the need for a number of apps that I was previously using simultaneously every day. If you design interfaces or vector graphics for screens, it will change your life.
Code to copy-paste so you can lazily serialize JSON and maybe even stream it to the client, and an argument for why we shouldn’t have to do any of this.
Some ways to reduce memory usage as you gather records out of your database into Rubyland.
Changing Ruby’s garbage collection parameters is the least invasive way to optimize your app’s memory usage.
Part one of a four-part series which will show you how to optimize a memory-heavy Rails API action.
Spring, as described in its README, is a Rails application preloaded. “It speeds up development by keeping your application running in the background so you don’t need to boot it every time you run a test, rake task or migration.” I want to focus on the first assertion in that description…