This has been an attr_accessor since the beginning of Brakeman time. Guess how many should be attr_reader instead? https://github.com/presidentbeef/brakeman/blob/3915a793e84fe5c274f0320f50fc3a5d9c48c2c8/lib/brakeman/tracker.rb#L12-L15
RubyGems 3 released! https://blog.rubygems.org/2018/12/19/3.0.0-released.html
looks like Ruby 2.6 on Christmas is landing with RubyGems 3 and Bundler 2
The opening and closing keynotes from Keep Ruby Weird 2018 are great: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLE7tQUdRKcyaxIbXihF5bRdMumqVtGrT4
I wrote up a blog post about how I found some easily-addressed performance issues in RubyParser: https://blog.presidentbeef.com/blog/2018/11/28/finding-ruby-performance-hotspots-via-allocation-stats/
Thanks to @zenspider as always for the great gem!
can someone in the Rails world (aka: core team) help resolve this? https://github.com/rails/execjs/pull/77. it fixes multiple bugs across several projects, but no one is picking it up
Security tips for Rails apps - https://drivy.engineering/security-tips-for-rails-apps/
And I'm here because of @email@example.com and https://www.reddit.com/r/ruby/comments/99fw3w/join_rubysocial_on_mastodon_and_ill_send_you_a
I've been using Ruby since at least 2006. I use Seattle style and I'm not (too) ashamed of it. A while back I created a Rails security tool called Brakeman that people seem to like.