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Issue 361 — August 10, 2017
A bug leads to a journey into the resolution logic of Bundler (and a fix that speeds things up immensely).

How to use simple tools to measure the allocated and long-term memory usage of your apps.

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Alex Taylor
Understanding the concepts and implementation of CSRF in Rails by walking through the code.

Daniel P. Clark
The methods available on enumerable objects in Ruby make it easy to do powerful transformations on your data.

Fabio Akita
A new onslaught of "Rails is Dead" posts is addressed in this post about the history of Rails and why its future is just fine.

Chris Jeon
Tips on setting up the process and tools for keeping your i18n translation files healthy.

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