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Integrations on Rails: How we build and deploy integrations
This post explores how we built FireHydrant in a way that allows us to rapidly build and deploy integrations to help our product fit into responders’ workflows and not vice versa. 
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This is Greg, bringing you the latest changes in Rails!
Learn how to keep DB schema clean and consistent between branches while developing a Rails application.
I’ve explored DHH’s way of writing Rails applications. His introduction of CurrentAttributes and suppressors of callbacks a few years ago made me want to revisit his Youtube Screencasts on Basecamp 3 and try to really appreciate this approach with an open mind.
Ruby 3 has introduced an experimental feature called Ractors. In this article, let's learn more about Ractor with example usage.
The Data class helps define simple classes for value-alike objects that can be extended with custom methods.
Since I started working on the YJIT team at Shopify, I’ve been learning more and more about the CRuby virtual machine known as YARV. I decided to write a series of blog posts about how YARV works internally as a Christmas present to both the Ruby community and myself.
Blast from the past
My one year experience using Event Sourcing and CQRS on a safety-critical project.
Beyond Ruby
While working with Readwise on optimizing their database, I found myself asking the question: How much faster is a composite index compared to letting the database do an index merge of multiple indexes? 

Overview of one way to organize a personal blog to enable very low-friction publishing, using Hugo, Tailwind, and Netlify (plus NetlifyCMS).

Library of the week
Active Record extension providing slotted counters support