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Ever wondered how to get rid of those awkward N+1 queries? Join the table as we discuss Rails’ eager loading strategies.

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Separate the construction of a complex object from its representation so that the same construction process can create different representations.

Have you ever had a problem managing a record’s state change logic? Here comes AASM – a state machine for Ruby.

This article will provide as a general overview of the relationship between Ruby Applications, Application Servers, and Web Servers for developers-in-training

It's inevitable these days: we will see an article proclaiming the demise of Ruby on Rails every once in a while. It's the easiest click bait, like this one from TNW.

In my experience, you think you won’t need real-time functionality… until you do. Perhaps you want to add a chat feature, or simply sync data across users.

Beyond Ruby

I had the opportunity to work in a company that started as a full-time pair programming shop and half way through my time there abandoned the practice almost completely.

For some of us, those with 10 or more years of experience in software, it might sound familiar. For the others, still in the early stages of their careers, there should be plenty of advice about what’s coming up next in your short-to-medium-term future.

Blast from the past

If you ask a software developer what they spend their time doing, they'll tell you that they spend most of their time writing code

Gem of the week
Simple authorization gem for GraphQL

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