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Issue 320 — October 20, 2016
Adam Cooke
Similar to Foreman, but defaults to running all processes in the background and can process restarts in multiple ways.


heckpsi-lab
It’s early days, but Midori aims to provide high performance. A simple benchmark shows it outperforming Sinatra and even Express.js on Node. See example app code.


YouTube
Updates on the Ruby3x3 project, future approaches to concurrency in Ruby, and a look at ‘duck inference’. 34 minutes.


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SitePoint
Ilya Bodrov-Krukowski offers a clean example of good metaprogramming in Ruby.


Richard Schneeman
If you find yourself reaching to do a module-method extraction, stop. Consider what road you’re starting down and these lessons Richard shares.


Danny Garcia
A multi-part (part 0, part 1, part 2) series comparing Swift to Ruby. You might be surprised at how similar the two languages are.


Leigh Halliday
A look at writing tests that use data returned from external HTTP APIs, as well as testing those interactions both in success and failure situations.


Dorothy Wingrove
A fun 5 minute demonstration of FizzBuzz implemented via Ruby’s little used ‘flip flop’ operator.


Erik Benoist
Reverb’s story of moving to Webpack on the frontend, including how to handle server-side rendering of React components.


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