Telegram drama

In my childhood internet and network looked like a magick. In movies they showed something like ping output and I definitely thought that someone hacked someone else.


I’m located in Russia and I work for Chicago based startup thanks 21st century...

Query Trail

Recently I switched on a project with lots of legacy code. It was on Rails 2, Rails 3 and now I’ve updated it to Rails 4.1. You can’t even imagine how much rubbish I got rid of. But the thing I’d like to share with you today is QueryTrail. This simple...

Rails autoloading

There is much to be said about Rails autoloading and particularly about ActiveSupport::Dependencies (AS::D for short). What does it do? As the title says it loads constants automatically and reloads your code catching changes on every request. Ok,...

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