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Issue 314 — September 8, 2016
Koichi Sasada
Slides from a RubyKaigi talk by Ruby core developer ko1. A new concurrency system called Guild is proposed that groups threads into groups called guilds.


Janko Marohnić
tus-ruby-server is a Ruby server implementation for tus, an open protocol for resumable file uploads over HTTP.


Richard Schneeman
A run-through of common module use cases good and bad, including namespacing, global methods, and sharing code, each judged on its own merits.


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Ilya Bodrov-Krukowski shows you how to do nested forms and attributes in Rails with the Cocoon gem.


Kei Sawada
This experimental project has a long term goal of making your Ruby code faster, but for now it provides a way to run arbitrary code on Julia’s VM.


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