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Dry-Validation as a schema validation layer for Ruby on Rails API

There are days, when you don’t get to write your new shiny application using Grape and JSON-API. Life would be much easier, if we could always start from the beginning.

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Today I would like to talk about modules. How to add class methods and instance methods by including one module into class.

I have a habit of throwing myself into the deep end, and this post is the result of one such occurrence. On Monday, I’ll attend a Meetup called “Functional and Dysfunctional Programming in Javascript”.


Today we are going to talk about the controllers: how they're organized, how to use them, exception handling, control flow, all that kind of stuff that we need to build the brokers of our system.

If you’ve used Unix/Linux for any length of time, you’re famililar with dotfiles. They’re those files begining with a . and usually ending with rc: .bashrc, .vimrc, and .psqlrc being familiar examples.

Beyond Ruby

The microservice architecture has a lot of advantages and I am not going to talk about that; there is plenty of material about this topic that you can find on different blogs.

In this series of articles, I’m answering a series of questions that I received from a reader of of my book Cassandra: The Definitive Guide, 2nd Edition (O’Reilly), who asked several questions about how the hotel data model presented in the book would work in practice.

Blast from the past

I sat down with a group of developers today to do a retrospective on a project. They told me that project management has been complaining about their velocity. It wasn’t serious, but the developers felt bad because things do seem to take longer than they should.

Gem of the week
Allow you to pluck deeply into nested associations without loading a bunch of records. And DRY up your code when using #as_json.

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