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#522 β€” October 8, 2020 Read on the Web πŸ‘ Thanks for all of the feedback you gave last week – we're listening to it all. An occasional complaint was that we don't have enough p...

Ruby 2.7.2 has been released. This release contains intentional incompatibility. The deprecated warnings are off by default on 2.7.2 and later. You can turn on the deprecated warnings by specifing...

#521 β€” October 1, 2020 Read on the Web Ruby Weekly Ruby 3.0.0 Preview 1 Released β€” Fingers crossed for a final Ruby 3.0 release this Christmas, but in th...

A potential HTTP request smuggling vulnerability in WEBrick was reported. This vulnerability has been assigned the CVE idenfitifer CVE-2020-25613. We strongly recommend upgrading the webrick gem. ...

We are pleased to announce the release of Ruby 3.0.0-preview1. It introduces a number of new features and performance improvements. RBS RBS is a language to describe the types of Ruby progra...

#520 β€” September 24, 2020 Read on the Web Ruby Weekly β–ΆΒ Β Triage with Me: 11 Issues and 2 PRs in 1.5 Hours β€” The creator of CodeTriage takes us behind th...

#519 β€” September 17, 2020 Read on the Web Ruby Weekly The Life-Changing Magic of Tidying Ruby Object Allocations β€” A transcription of Richard’s talk at ...

#518 β€” September 10, 2020 Read on the Web Ruby Weekly Writing a Ractor-Based TCP Server β€” Ractor is an actor-like mechanism for getting true parallel ex...

#517 β€” September 3, 2020 Read on the Web Ruby Weekly Ruby Adds Experimental Support for Rightward Assignments β€” I might be wrong, but I think this curio...

#516 β€” August 27, 2020 Read on the Web πŸ“ At the end of this week's issue we have a great interview with prolific Rubyist and author of '99 Bottles of OOP', Sandi Metz. Be sur...

#515 β€” August 20, 2020 Read on the Web Ruby Weekly NoRuKo: A Virtual Ruby Conference.. Tomorrow! β€” This event, which somehow went under our radar till n...

#514 β€” August 13, 2020 Read on the Web Ruby Weekly When Should You Not Use Rails? β€” Thoughts on when Rails doesn’t necessarily shine compared to the alte...

#513 β€” August 6, 2020 Read on the Web Ruby Weekly Noticed: Notifications for Rails Apps β€” Supports database, email, Action Cable, Twilio, Slack, and cust...

#512 β€” July 30, 2020 Read on the Web πŸŽ‰ At the end of this week's issue we have an interview with the man, the legend, Michael Hartl of Rails Tutorial fame – don't miss it πŸ˜„ ...

#511 β€” July 23, 2020 Read on the Web Ruby Weekly GitLab on Its Migration from Unicorn to Puma β€” While GitLab is running at a pretty large scale, these tw...

Dear Ruby Enthusiasts, The Government of Fukuoka, Japan together with β€œMatz” Matsumoto would like to invite you to enter the following Ruby competition.If you have developed an interesting Ruby pr...

#510 β€” July 16, 2020 Read on the Web Ruby Weekly Introduction to AWS Simple Workflow Service (SWF) β€” SWF is used for building and managing background job...

#509 β€” July 9, 2020 Read on the Web Ruby Weekly A Fast Car Needs Good Brakes: How Heroku Added Client Rate Throttling to Their API Client Gem β€” When you’...

We announce that all support of the Ruby 2.4 series has ended. From the end of March of the last year, the support of the Ruby 2.4 series was in the security maintenance phase. Now, after one year...

A heap exposure vulnerability was discovered in the socket library. This vulnerability has been assigned the CVE identifier CVE-2020-10933. We strongly recommend upgrading Ruby. Details When Ba...