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Taking head out of programming-space for a few days to turn 30

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can someone in the Rails world (aka: core team) help resolve this? github.com/rails/execjs/pull/7. it fixes multiple bugs across several projects, but no one is picking it up

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Probably will stream today game dev with Ruby and C. ETA ~2 hours. twitch.tv/amirrajan

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I'll be presenting our paper "Specializing Ropes for Ruby" at tomorrow. I think the paper is quite accessible if you want to give it a read. The pre-print is available on The Ruby Bibliography:
rubybib.org/#specializing-rope

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Hello Ruby Folks, Goldstar (where I work) is hiring Rails developers in Portland, OR or Pasadena, CA. Please reach out if your interested. We aren't looking for remote folks right now.

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I am struggling to become a Ruby, JS developer later in life. It's been harder than I thought to rearrange my life to make room for this change. Any one out there have any tips? I'd love to find a solid mentor.

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The Ruby.social Patreon now has a couple of benefits available for supporters:

Super supporters can now nominate a custom emoji which will be added to the instance for their (any anyone else's) use! :ruby:

Companies/bigger organisations can now also show their support of Ruby.social with a logo and link from the homepage.

Find out more:

patreon.com/rubysocial

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'lo everyone. I'm an oooold rubyist. Maybe you've seen me around?

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A quick instance update :ruby: :mastodon:

As of now, we've blown way past the 500 users from a week ago, and are now at 673 Ruby-friendly folk. Welcome!

We also have 8 supremely-generous people/organisations contributing to the Patreon, which is now pretty close to covering the hosting costs. Update about that here: patreon.com/posts/thank-you-21

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Hey y’all. My name is Graham and I’m a Ruby developer from North Carolina, glad to be here!

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Once upon a time I did the first public gem of the company I'm working for:

- Four-O-Four -

"A super simple Rack middleware to capture 404 responses and change the response for any other logic.

With FourOFour you will be able to handle your 404 responses and change how your application behave dynamically and with the 'right' way: using a class for a delegation, separating all the concerns. Routes and logic should have their own space."

github.com/SparkHub/four_o_fou

Hello all! I'm Nick!

I grew up in Montana but now live in Cornwall in England. Not bad! Have been full time Ruby/Ruby-on-Rails for four years... And started doing side contracting a little over a year ago. I lead the dev team at OceansHQ making vessel registry tools and software, fun stuff.

Anyway- Love seeing this community pop up and excited to join in! :)

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