Ruby Weekly
Issue 375 — November 16, 2017
Andrey Deryabin
Hooks into Net::HTTP, Patron, Curb, Typhoeus and other Ruby HTTP libraries to log outgoing requests for further analysis.

Nick Douglas
Lifehacker has interviewed DHH about his work habits. Not very Ruby specific, but it’s interesting to see he still uses Textmate.

Fabio Pitino
Writing a worker pool from scratch along with some scheduling algorithms to get a better understanding of the design pattern.

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Jan Krutisch
Debugging a memory usage problem lead to some interesting insights along with a couple of bugfixes for Bundler.

RubyRoid Labs
Waterfall offers a way to chain methods together and control the flow of service objects.

Videos from the ultra creative Keep Ruby Weird conference that took place 2 weeks ago are here. These are not your typical Ruby talks!

Tobias Pfeiffer
The utility of comments depends on what you’re commenting, why you’re commenting, & context.


In brief