Posts tagged "rails"

Carlos Antonio da Silva joins the Rails Core team \o/

We cannot express how excited we are with such great news. In our last blog post we were celebrating Rafael’s achievement and just a few months later we are celebrating again. Years ago, having three Plataformatec teammates as Rails Core members would be something we’d only dream of, but in 2012 it became reality. I must say that it didn’t happen by chance, not at all.

Rafael França joins the Rails Core Team

Last May we happily announced that Rafael França and Carlos Antonio earned commit access to the Ruby on Rails repository – it was a great accomplishment that deserved its own blog post. Today, we have some great news and we want to share with our readers. Just a few days ago, our team mate Rafael … »

Talks da RubyConf Brasil 2012

A Plataformatec esteve presente na RubyConf Brasil 2012 com palestras e lightning talks. O evento teve mais de 750 participantes e mais de 500 pessoas assistindo online. As palestras foram: Vamos falar sobre Concorrência, por José Valim; Escrevendo Aplicações Melhores com Active Model, por Carlos Antonio; e Conhecendo as Entranhas do Rails, por Rafael França. E os lightning talks foram: Contribuindo para o Rails, por Carlos Galdino; I18nAlchemy, por Lucas Mazza; e Copyright, Licenças Open Source e você!, por George Guimarães.

Plataformatec na RubyConf 2012

Nos próximos dias 30 e 31 de agosto, estaremos presentes na Ruby Conf Brasil com três palestrantes! No dia 31, às 9h40, José Valim falará na Sala 1 sobre concorrência e sobre o papel e a importância disso no desenvolvimento de aplicações. Às 11h, na sala 2, Carlos Antonio falará sobre como usar Active Model … »

Eager loading for greater good

A couple weeks ago, Aaron Patterson (aka @tenderlove) wrote about getting rid of config.threadsafe! on Rails 4. When discussing multi-process and multi-threaded servers in production, one important aspect of the discussion that came up in the blog post was code loading. This blog post is about which code loading strategies exist in a Rails application, … »

Active Record loves blocks

When creating an Active Record object, either by using `new` or `create`/`create!`, or even through a `belongs_to` or `has_many` association, you can give a block straight to the method call instead of relying on `tap`. It is possible to avoid doing manual work, sometimes simple stuff such as using `tap` with methods like these, or sometimes more complicated things, by getting to know what a framework like Rails can give us for free.