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submitted 9 months ago by erlingur to c/ruby
[-] erlingur 82 points 9 months ago

I live about 30 minutes away. We've had a lot of earthquakes the past few days. This should shut them up :) Some scientists say we've entered a period of very frequent volcanic activity for the next 100 years or so in this area.

[-] erlingur 6 points 9 months ago

Great tip!! Thanks!

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submitted 9 months ago by erlingur to c/ruby
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Rails upgrade led to Ruby bug (evgeniydemin.medium.com)
submitted 9 months ago by erlingur to c/ruby
[-] erlingur 10 points 9 months ago

The box this instance is hosted on was pegged at a 100% CPU for a while until we turned on the Cloudflare protection, then it finally calmed down. Didn't realise it would break the clients as well, sorry!

[-] erlingur 10 points 9 months ago

That's hilarious! I'm actually impressed it lasted for 22 million commits, I would have thought the breaking point would be earlier.

[-] erlingur 25 points 9 months ago

It really does feel like the old web again to a certain extent. I hope this "age of enshittification" leads to a throwback to the old web but I'm not convinced it will happen. I feel like Lemmy (and other federation platforms) are definitely our best shot at it :)

Anyway, happy to be here :)

[-] erlingur 9 points 9 months ago

Nice! That was fun to see.

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submitted 10 months ago by erlingur to c/ruby

Meet Iteration, an extension for ActiveJob that makes your jobs interruptible and resumable, saving all progress that the job has made (aka checkpoint for jobs).

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submitted 10 months ago by erlingur to c/rails

Build reactive applications with the Rails tooling you already know and love

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submitted 10 months ago by erlingur to c/ruby
[-] erlingur 12 points 10 months ago

Haha true :D Thanks /u/Ategon, for all your hard work, it's really appreciated. The server looks awesome!

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submitted 10 months ago* (last edited 10 months ago) by erlingur to c/ruby

A self-hosted tool to monitor the performance of your Ruby on Rails application.

This is a simple and free alternative to the New Relic APM, Datadog or other similar services.

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submitted 10 months ago* (last edited 10 months ago) by erlingur to c/ruby
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Technology rule (lemmy.world)
submitted 10 months ago by erlingur to c/programmer_humor
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submitted 10 months ago by erlingur to c/webdev
[-] erlingur 7 points 10 months ago* (last edited 10 months ago)
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submitted 10 months ago* (last edited 10 months ago) by erlingur to c/programming

How Team Topologies and Domain-Driven Design helped an organization scale a technical architecture and team structure that significantly improved development speed.

Found through @mfowler

Credit/Author: Matt Foster

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submitted 10 months ago by erlingur to c/programming
[-] erlingur 8 points 10 months ago

I remember watching a VHS tape with my dad in probably around 96-97 teaching us how to actually get online and use this thing called the WorldWideWeb. Such an awesome feeling when we finally got it to work :D

[-] erlingur 9 points 10 months ago* (last edited 10 months ago)

Yeah, I'm happy to see Firefox gaining ground again. It used to be the king before Chrome. We need a little diversity in the browser space.

[-] erlingur 16 points 10 months ago

Haha "Rexxit" is amazing!

[-] erlingur 5 points 10 months ago* (last edited 10 months ago)

Can someone post an example of what this actually does? Haven't seen this before and I can't seem to easily see an example of what effect this has on your scripts. I'm guessing by reading some links that it outputs all commands that a script ran? Is that right?

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