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Issue 287 — March 3, 2016
Jerome Dalbert
Paraphrasing: “Whenever I have the inclination I want to add a method on a controller that’s not part of the default REST actions, I make a new controller.”


Timcraft
A guide to accessing Amazon DynamoDB (AWS's NoSQL database service) with the official Ruby AWS SDK, including setting up credentials, creating tables, and adding, fetching and writing items.


Riding Rails
They contain some important security fixes, so you’re encouraged to upgrade ASAP if you’re on 4.2, 4.1, or 3.2.


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Alexander Dymo
Alex concludes his Ruby 2.3 performance blog post series by concluding (spoiler) that 2.3 isn’t significantly faster overall, but there is an improvement.


Molybdenum
It queries Wikipedia and grabs the data found on numerous ‘real world’ concepts. You can do things like Entity('Titanic (1997 film)').actors, for example.


Ross Kaffenberger
Many popular gems use the concept of “pooling” to manage expensive resources. This post looks at why thread pools are useful and how to implement one yourself.


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