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Issue 281 — January 21, 2016
David Heinemeier Hansson
DHH reflects on how Rails continues to remain a powerful force in the world of Web development through eight core values that make up what he calls the Rails Doctrine.


ruby-lang.org
Numerous projects and communities have adopted a CoC or had discussions about them recently. Now it’s Ruby’s turn and, well, it’s gotten complicated.


Zachary Scott
mruby is a lightweight, embeddable Ruby implementation. The author says “it will play a big role in the future of Ruby” and explains why. I agree with him.


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David Heinemeier Hansson
rubyonrails.org is now sporting a new, cleaner design, and Rails has a new logo too.


Ross Kaffenberger
Two new Enumerable instance methods were added, grep_v and chunk_while, both variations of other Enumerable methods.


Damir Svrtan
Lots of tasty stats and insights here. Fewer gems were created or updated in 2015 than 2014 (the first fall ever), but downloads are up.


Jesus Castello
I knew all but one of these but I love poking around with this stuff. I’m sure you’ll find a new tidbit here, even if it’s not useful for everyday coding.


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