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Issue 344 — April 13, 2017
Used in production at GitHub, these libraries include a key/value data store mechanism for MySQL, an SQL builder, and a class to wrap results.

Google Cloud Platform Blog
Google tested the top 1000 gems to ensure the most popular dependencies would work. App Engine also obeys .ruby-version and supports all currently supported MRIs.

Haseeb Qureshi
The tale of how a developer at Airbnb used Ruby to manipulate a site’s search feature to recover a lost password.

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Richard Schneeman
How the shape of memory usage charts for your app can indicate how healthy things are under the hood.

Tom Copeland
A dive into the C internals of MRI to find out why one method fires a TracePoint event and others don’t.

Ruby Rogues
It’s a huge update and Dave Kimura suspects Rails 5.1 could be a harder upgrade for existing apps that 5.0 was from 4.x.

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