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How to Reduce Memory Bloat in Ruby

By Kumar Harsh on

Memory bloat can be a serious issue in Ruby. This article explores two common causes of memory bloat and how you can overcome them.

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Responsible Monkeypatching in Ruby

By Cameron Dutro on

Monkeypatching can be a great way to improve existing code if used right. Let's find out how.

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Ruby's Hidden Gems: Bullet

By Fabio Perrella on

Let's dive into Bullet and find out how it can help you identify some database-related problems.

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An Introduction to Pattern Matching in Ruby

By Pulkit Goyal on

Find out about pattern matching in Ruby, what it does, and how it can help improve code readability.

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General Ruby on Rails Problems and Takeaways

By Nikola Đuza on

In this last part of the Rails Patterns and Anti-patterns series, I'll be going over the most common problems I've encountered while building and shipping Ruby on Rails applications.

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How to Monitor and Optimize Your Database Performance: A Practical Guide

By Stefan Verkerk on

In this post, we'll dive into the database part of your architecture to show how you can monitor and optimize your database performance.

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Performance, Stress, and Load Tests in Rails

By Paweł Dąbrowski on

Let's jump into theoretical and practical aspects of performance testing in Rails.

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Three Ways To Avoid Duplicate Sidekiq Jobs

By Nikola Đuza on

Sidekiq is used to handle background processing. Whatever your background jobs may be, you'll eventually run into duplicate jobs. Let's see how to de-duplicate them.

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Linting Ruby Code

By Miguel Palhas on

Let's take a look at what linting is and a few problems that come with it.

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Ruby on Rails Controller Patterns and Anti-patterns

By Nikola Đuza on

In this part of the series on Rails patterns and anti-patterns, we are going to analyze the final part of the MVC (Model-View-Controller) design pattern — the Controller.

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The Easiest Way to Monitor Ruby: Automatic Instrumentation

By Milica Maksimović, Tom de Bruijn on

Automatic instrumentation enables AppSignal app to digest, process, monitor, and show you the graphs and dashboards you need the most.

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Announcing AppSignal for Ruby Gem 3.0!

By Tom de Bruijn on

We're very happy to present you with version 3.0 of AppSignal for Ruby - a new major release for the Ruby gem. 🎉

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