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Mining the medical record: how we made faxes and scans full-text searchable
At PatientBank, we help people gather and share medical records. As part of this effort, we recently launched a revamped version of PatientBank that makes it easier to search, annotate, and share medical records.

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About a year ago I found myself wanting to learn more about the internals of Ruby’s GraphQL gem. When I first opened the lib/graphql folder I was a bit intimidated. I found 30 files and over 10 folders containing even more files

Have you ever wanted to build a port scanner? Maybe you realized: whoa, it can be kind’a slow. 
Simply going through each port, one by one, can be a very slow process for one, lonely thread to manage.

InfluxDB is an open-source time series database, written in Go. It is optimized for fast, high-availability storage and retrieval of time series data in fields such as operations monitoring, application metrics, and real-time analytics.

The theme of rails Architecture is very complex. Actually, Rails is a really cool framework. However, from time to time we can observe flaming, blaming and throwing mud at Rails in the developer community.

DHH just announced a brand new feature for the upcoming Rails 5.2. This is ActiveStorage. It should become the default solution to support file uploads. It basically supercedes Paperclip, or Carrierwave, or some features of Dragonfly and Shrine.

Beyond Ruby
Which programming langues pay the most? Do men make more than women? Which part of the world is the most lucrative? Lets look at the numbers.

Back in the dark old days of waterfall projects we invested heavily in big upfront architecture and design. Systems were well thought out and documented within an inch of their lives

Blast from the past
I've spent the past 8 years or so looking at ugly code.  This isn't uncommon in software development but in my case, I've been looking at different ugly code developed by different teams every couple of weeks.

Gem of the week
A Rails engine that creates a collaborative translation center for your app

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