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πŸ’Ž Ruby Radar #20 - Giveaway Success

πŸ’Ž Ruby Radar #20 - Giveaway Success
By Andrew Mason & Collin Jilbert • Issue #15 • View online
We wanted to say thank you to everyone who participated in our RubyConf 2021 ticket giveaway that we ran last week. We have reached out to all of the winners and we cannot wait to say hello to them in the conference Discord! A big thanks to Kevin Murphy and Drew Bragg who also sponsored folks to attend.
We are both excited for RubyConf and we hope y'all are too!

GitHub
Code might not last forever, but _why proves you can have an impact that outlives your work. https://t.co/1EZxW7KdFd
Justin Searls
In a 2016 talk I said Ruby and its tools had reached a point of general maturity, and we were entering best phase of a language's life.

That prediciton panned out. Emoruby's last commit was 2015. Just updated all its dependencies + Ruby 3. It just worked. https://t.co/WzDUbUPLZG
πŸŽ™ Yuh-Jit - Optimizing JIT compiler built inside CRuby
πŸŽ™ The Bike Shed: 312: Spooky Stories
πŸ“Ί  The Ruby VM a speedrun - Penelope Phippen
πŸ“Ί The Ruby VM a speedrun - Penelope Phippen
πŸ“Ί  Just Enough Hotwire for Rails Developers with Chris Oliver
πŸ“Ί Just Enough Hotwire for Rails Developers with Chris Oliver
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