You could try very very hard to squeeze as much performance from your code as you can at the cost of abstractions. But at the end of the day, no matter how hard you try, you will wake up in the morning and Ruby will still be the same interpreted language.
I’ve listed below some common unhelpful behaviors people display during code reviews, and some recommendations on how software teams can make their teams more supportive by refusing to normalize toxicity.
Ruby on Rails has some benefits which are focused on improving the development process, but in some cases make maintenance of production system more difficult. In terms of the way payments work, some of its shortcomings mean trouble.