I’ve been asking myself this question: is Ruby
O(n)? In order to find it I’ve decided to dive into the Ruby MRI source code (which is written in C).
Sometimes you might need to use SQL UNION in your application, in this article we explan you how to abstract SQL union creation within ActiveRecord.
If you need to use different caching strategies for your Rails.cache and your ActionController::Cache (used for fragment caching) just put the following in your
Hello everybody, today I want to share with you a pattern learned from gitlab: the finder pattern.
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