Ruby on AWS Lambda https://aws.amazon.com/blogs/compute/announcing-ruby-support-for-aws-lambda/
My thoughts on the blame placed on the original author of the event-stream node package https://wa9ace.net/2018/11/27/what-oss-maintainers-owe-you.html
This is the most terrifying shit.
When I personally have to deal with interplanetary time, I'm fucking done with my career.
Great resource on profiling ruby apps
At #GigCityElixir it's amazing to think my little city has hundreds of devs that drove or flew in here to listen to some really big names speak. 😎
Upcase is now free https://robots.thoughtbot.com/announcing-upcase-is-free
PR number 2 down for Hacktoberfest https://github.com/atipugin/telegram-bot-ruby/pull/192/files
Gotta get on the ball to get 3 more done.
If there's one thing I really like in the JS ecosystem it's the debug package https://www.npmjs.com/package/debug
Anyone know of a similar logger implementation in ruby? Mostly custom coloring per namespace and removing superfluous timestamps when a pointed at a TTY
Motorcycle racing just got its first female world champion! https://www.asphaltandrubber.com/wsbk/ana-carrasco-first-female-motorcycle-racing-world-champion/
Is there a list of ruby related podcasts people listen to regularly?
Maybe even include just developer podcasts that includes ruby talk sometimes.
Rails auto-assigning and id that already exists?
On a semi-related note to the new Chrome design:
If you've wanted to try brave, but hate the idea of running an electron browser; Brave has put out Chromium based releases for their new 1.0 coming q4
Reading the implementation behind the GoLang type checker. This really feels like someone tried to fake a custom exception type and "catch" it if things panic.
I added pipes to ruby a few years ago just for fun, but now I'm curious. Would anyone actually use this? https://gitlab.com/WA9ACE/pipe/blob/master/spec/pipe_spec.rb