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Rails in the Age of Kubernetes
The tools we use to operate backend systems have been evolving incredibly fast for the last few years. It’s an exciting time. Docker, Kubernetes, serverless — there’s a lot of new jazz being played by a lot of new bands
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Last year, my team extended Gusto’s authorization system to give admins granular access to their companies’ accounts. In software security terms, authorization is the concept of what a user can do in a system, while authentication refers to who a user is
The materialized view is a powerful database solution that allow us to access the view’s data faster by “caching” its response. The materialized view query is executed once when the view is created, not when accessing the data as it is with regular database views
In this edition of Ruby Magic, we'll implement our very own background processing system to offload potentially slow tasks as a peek into background job libraries like Sidekiq.

Flexport is open sourcing new cops that autocorrect line length, multi-line expression line breaks, closing bracket indentation, etc.

Beyond Ruby
It’s been almost four years since I graduated with a degree in CS and began my career as a Software Developer. In this post, I’d like to share some of the lessons I have learned along the way
I’m building a clone of sqlite from scratch in C in order to understand, and I’m going to document my process as I go
Blast from the past
Software engineers go crazy for the most ridiculous things. We like to think that we’re hyper-rational, but when we have to choose a technology, we end up in a kind of frenzy 
Gem of the week
The Shadow of a Ruby Object lets you See and Manipulate its Instance Variables and Methods - janlelis/object_shadow