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How to Setup Windows for Development: An experiment in using WSL2
A developer's experience using Windows for Node and Ruby on Rails development.
Elm on Rails 5.1 with Webpacker
Setting up and using Elm in Rails 5.1 is simple with the Webpacker gem
Video Messaging in Rails
Check out how to add video messaging to your Rails app and get it up and running on Heroku.
Using HdrHistogram with Ruby
Get more accurate performance profiling results with HdrHistogram
The Tragedy of Maybe and Ruby
Explore why the Maybe Monad is useful, but perhaps not in Ruby.
Installing Ruby on Rails Edge with Bundler
Learn how to take the latest commits to the Ruby on Rails master branch for a spin
Frank on Fire: Getting Started with Sinatra and Ember-CLI
Connect a simple Ruby API with Ember using generators from Ember-CLI
Caravan: Ruby API Versioning & Enforcement
We're releasing Caravan, a sample implementation of a version-enforced API server.
Why We Can't Wait for Madison+ Ruby
August in Madison always brings a buzz of excitement for Madison+ Ruby. In just 10 days we will welcome members of the international Ruby community to our hometown (we’re honored!).
Madison+ Ruby has set a high bar for Ruby conferences ever since...
From Ruby to Haskell, Part 3: Lazy Evaluation
One of the defining characteristics of Haskell— that you often see listed in what sets it apart from other languages— is that it is the only common language that’s lazy.
From Ruby to Haskell, Part 2: Similarity, Refactoring, and Patterns
It has been a while since I last wrote one of these posts and I didn’t want to leave people sitting by their computer desks forever, waiting with bated breath for the next one to pop up in your Google Reader feed (…whispers from the Internet…), okay...