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Issue 267 — October 8, 2015
Thoughtbot
Gabe Berke-Williams demonstrates how to create your own simple DSL for quickly creating webapps.


Nick Ostrovsky
Is there a way to blindly assign nested values to a Ruby hash without creating each key’s hash separately? Yes, but it’s more involved than you’d think.


SitePoint
A look at materialized database views and how bringing Postgres’ implementation of them into a Rails app can make it more efficient.


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Mateusz Lenik
Quines are self-replicating programs that, when run, print their own source code.


Francois-Guillaume Ribreau
Detect up to 1979 disposable email providers. Available not just on Ruby, but also Node, client-side JS, PHP, Elixir, and other languages.


Full Stack Fest 2015
With a subtitle of “How a Naive One-Liner Beats C”, Yehuda Katz demonstrates the efficiency gains and motivations behind building a native extension in Rust.


Chris Northwood
Turns a directory of .scss files into a gem which can then be deployed through the RubyGems ecosystem.


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