why is this bit of code in `bin/bundle` not indented?
bundler-audit 0.6.1 has been released, which supports bundler 2.x.
Eric Pigeon solved the regexp issue that was blocking bundler-audit 0.6.1. Was missing the `!` character...
Proc#<< might get merged into ruby-trunk. Functional style closure composition! Shweet!
One anti-pattern I'm starting to see with GraphQL, is the temptation of getting all of the data in one request. The problem with that mindset is that some of your associated models do not need to be queried/embedded/retransmitted for each request/response. Ideally one would request the shared data, cache it, and join it on the client-side.
Also I really wish LXD caught on. I like how it gives you the benefits of both containerization and the familiar structure of a GNU/Linux base system (systemd, crond, /bin, /sbin, etc).
https://github.com/postmodern/digest-crc/issues/13 had no clue ruby-kafka was using digest-crc. Looks like I'll be spending some time optimizing digest-crc soon.