Sandi Metz, author of Practical Object-Oriented Design in Ruby and 99 Bottles of OOP, believes in simple code and straightforward explanations. She prefers working software, practical solutions and lengthy bicycle trips (not necessarily in that order) and writes, consults, and teaches about object-oriented design. Her site: sandimetz.com Twitter: @sandimetz
RubyHACK 2018 | GraphQL on Rails Creating Living APIs for a Data hungry World by Jeremy Ward Please subscribe for more gaming and tech content at The Coding Den This video is used under the CC BY license and has been made available for re-use. License: Original Source: Original Author: Confreaks
RubyHACK 2018 5 ways Git can be used to automate your ruby application deployment by Rodrigo Jardim Almost all ruby projects use Git for version control, but if you increase the integration of git with your ruby or rails environment, it can help you work a lot less and have more quality in the software, […]
RubyHACK 2018: 4 Programming Paradigms in 45 minutes by Aja Hammerly Overview of OO, Functional, Logical, and Procedural programming: Everything old is new again. Node developers are turning to functional techniques to handle concurrency challenges. Developers used to almost unlimited memory are having to learn techniques from assembly to handle the limited resources in IoT […]
RubyHACK 2018: Interfaces Not Required by James Thompson Interfaces give classes a way to guarantee they behave in compatible ways. How can such a guarantee be afforded in Ruby without a language construct to provide it? Explore getting the same assurances through testing and behavior-orientation.
RubyHACK 2018: GraphQL on Rails – Creating Living APIs for a Data-hungry World by Jeremy Ward We live in a dynamic, data-responsive world. We must create living APIs to feed the ever evolving needs of a wide array of applications. GraphQL, an unassuming alternative to REST, empowers our creations by serving fast, flexible responses in […]
RubyHACK 2018: Ruby Web Application Security Defense in Depth by Jeremy Evans How bad a shape would you be in if an attacker was able to exploit a remote code execution vulnerability in your web application? When designing web applications that deal with confidential information, you should have a plan to limit your exposure when […]
Writing Ruby Like it’s 2018 Please subscribe for more gaming and tech content at The Coding Den This video is used under the CC BY license and has been made available for re-use. License: Original Source: Original Author: confreaks
These days new Ruby releases are regarded with less and less fanfare. We rejoiced at all the new features and support of Ruby 1.9 and 2.0! Since then, we’ve become a bit jaded: “Refinements? Yeah, they’re OK.” “Immutable String pragma? Yawn!” “yield_self? Don’t we already have tap? In fact, Ruby has delivered in myriad ways […]
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Hasura GraphQL Engine is a performant GraphQL server that provides ready-to-use GraphQL API over Postgres by auto-generating GraphQL schema and corresponding resolvers. In this video, we took Gitlab CE, a complex rails + postgres application, hosted it on DigitalOcean and added GraphQL to it in just a few minutes.