A few days ago a stable version of Rails 5.0.0 was released! The latest version provides users with a lot new changes and improvements which help them build more stable and efficient application in Rails. Below there are a few of the most important things which each developer should know before they start working with […]

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One of the most common techniques used to improve application performance is caching. Thanks to this method, we can achieve a higher performance of our application by even a few times, without spending more on new, more robust servers. In a case when we are diagnosing performance bottlenecks, we should use this as the first […]

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One of most common theories assigned to Ruby over the last few years is the opinion that it is a very slow programming language. In this short article, I would like to address the subject of Ruby’s performance and to try to explain what caused the negative opinion and why it is still not true. […]

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