Maybe you remember Rubyfmt, a Ruby autoformatter that we shared with you in our blog. In the Ruby community the seek for the One True Formatter has been going on for quite a while and at this point, there are already several projects to choose from. Let’s explore them and try to find out what Ruby code formatter to choose?
You could have noticed already that Ruby is our language of choice. It’s too awesome not to use it! And we are never tired of reminding you that. But it seems we never told you about Rubyfmt before. We will try to fix that in today’s article. Rubyfmt is a Ruby autoformatter that we want to share with you.
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It’s been a while since our last digest. But since that time we managed to complete several interesting projects, release Ruby guide and move our team of Syndicode Dnipro to the new office in the city center. The one thing remains changeless is our love for tech news and discoveries in software development. Are you with us? Read our new Syndicode Digest #71 – Digital Slytherin!
Look what we’ve found! This is the results of 2018 Ruby on Rails Developer Community Survey! Over 2,000 members of the Rails community kindly contributed their thoughts on tools, frameworks, and workflows in their day to day development lives. Even if you could say that the number of respondents is not representative, still, from these responses we hope to get an understanding of where the Rails community is as a whole in 2018. Enjoy!
Are you ready for some experiment? What if you could take an arbitrary Ruby process’s PID and start tracking its memory allocations? Today we’ll talk about spying on a Ruby process’s memory allocations with eBPF.