New Ruby News digest of the most interesting posts for June so you don’t miss anything:
Explore the fundamentals of Jekyll and guide you through the process of getting started with this versatile tool.
This post covers the basics of initializers, including what they are, how they work, and how Rails implements them.
Ruby’s grammar has a ton of operators. Overtimes, they can mean more than one thing, depending on their context. This blog post enumerates each operator and its meaning.
We are going to discuss the adapter pattern. We will explore what the adapter pattern is, why we need it, and how it can be implemented in a Rails application.
In this podcast, Andrei Bondarev, who builds AI/ML-capable software products, will talk with Chuck about Vector Search or Semantic Search.
This post is split into two parts. First we’re going to talk about how Ruby finds other files. Then, once we’ve got our head around that, we’re going to look at the extra sprinkles of magic that Rails adds on top.
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