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Faster record deletion, customized error messages, bug fixes, and more!
Greetings, all! This is Daniel, with the latest news about Ruby on Rails.
You can't trust your parents to protect you
On Unix-like systems, setting sufficiently strict permissions on a dir allows one to disallow access to its content. Right? Turns out to be untrue on both macOS and Linux. Enter inodes trickery.
How to get familiar with a new Open Source project
A variation on this list will provide a good recipe for getting into any open source project and community you're new to.
Enumerable#index_with, transaction fixes, and more!
Hello everyone! This is Eugene, with a roundup of the last two weeks of activity in the Rails world. Let’s get started!
What the GDPR means for Passenger Enterprise customers
Running Chrome Headless, Selenium and Capybara inside GitLab CI and Docker
Selenium + Chrome Headless fail with mysterious errors when run in GitLab CI and Docker. Here's why and how we fixed it.
Itinerary of a software company until the GDPR deadline - part 2
With less than 24 hours until the GDPR deadline, we look at the modifications our internal systems needed and make sure all 3rd party software we rely on is compliant.
Itinerary of a software company until the GDPR deadline - part 1
With T minus 3 days until the GDPR deadline, Phusion is putting the last checks in place. This series is meant to illustrate a bootstrapped team's approach to GDPR compliant.
How this Amsterdam conference generated 35+ pull requests to vital Ruby OSS infrastructure in one day
Open source projects that are part of the average Rubyist's toolbelt - like Homebrew and RVM - received an overwhelming amount of Pull Requests from new contributors at ROSS conf Amsterdam.
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