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P. Solnica: "We need to break our post-Rails habits"
Software engineer with over 10 years of experience, Tech Lead at Icelab
L. Guidi: "The strongest part of Rails is solidity"
Family man, software engineer, Open Source indie developer, speaker, author of Hanami, a full stack web framework for Ruby
R. Shneeman: "There's good use cases for threads in Ruby"
Ruby Hero 2016 talks about usage of threads in Ruby and his plans for a RailsClub talk
Getting ready for 23/09: RailsClub news
Bozhidar Batsov will be a new speaker, Elixir report, Matz love for Russian mayo and much more
N. Sutterer: Rails's Dying...but Ruby is Not!
Creator of Trailblazer shares his thoughts about the future of Rails and Ruby
A. Davydov: It's vital not to stop and find new solutions
An Open Source enthusiast and one of the core developers of the Ruby-framework Hanami shares ideas about Hanami, Ruby and the developer's life
Nikolay Ryzhkov: RoR is a tool for fast webdev, and it's good at it
Nikolay expects big explosion at frontend development and renaissance of functional programming
Vladimir Dementyev: there's no need to write competitive programs by Ruby
Skilled coder shared his thoughts about Action Cable and usage of different languages for different projects
Aaron Patterson: it won't be easy to support HTTP 2
According to the developer of Rails, the community can improve the HTTP work in Ruby web servers, and improving the streaming performance can be used as a launch pad for HTTP 2
Bozhidar Batsov: Ruby must be free from Rails fetters
Bozhidar Batsov thinks that the age of full-stack web frameworks is coming to it's end due to mobile and client-side applications