Ruby Weekly
Issue 301 — June 9, 2016
Planet Argon
1417 of you responded to Planet Argon’s frequent survey and here are the results. Surprisingly little has changed since 2014’s survey, other than the growth of Puma and Ruby 2.x.

John Hawthorn
An online tool. Currently supports six of curl’s main options, but is open to contributions.

Jess Rudder
A 30 minute RailsConf talk looking at the most common ActiveRecord methods and how vulnerable they are to SQL injections, as well as how to avoid such problems.

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Tim Riley
A code-driven look at Ruby Object Mapper, a persistence and object mapping library.

Attila Domokos
Yep, you can run MRI Ruby on AWS’s serverless platform, and even connect to RDS databases with it.

Benjamin Tan Wei Hao
A Countdown Latch is a concurrency abstraction that allows threads to wait until all other threads have completed their tasks.


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