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Oh Man, Look at Your API!

Here’s my small effort to make the world a little bit of a better place. It could be useful for those of us on the way to building your own super duper API or who have the patience to improve on an existing one

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To give back to our community of developers, we looked at our database of thousands of projects and found the top 10 errors in Ruby on Rails projects

Event Sourcing is to data what Git is to code. We’ve implemented a minimal event sourcing framework at Kickstarter to power d.rip. It’s simple and it has made our life so much better! Read on!

I needed an example of complicated Service Object and found it in one of the Discourse source files. I’m not criticizing this code by any mean and there is a great example of what I’m going to try to acheive in the same repository

Clients and Wrappers (also referred to as “Facades”) are remarkably useful tools for working with external services, libraries or APIs

There are a few articles out there about how to find memory leaks. But how about creating one?

Beyond Ruby

Documentation comments are intended for anyone who is likely to consume your source code, but not likely to read through it

Blast from the past

The Ruby GC may seem exceedingly complex to some, in this article I try to shed some light on it.

Gem of the week
Packing your Ruby application into a single executable.

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