By Olivier Lacan
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Short and sweet news about the Ruby and Rails community.
||CleanSeven.new||Why learn Rails in 2017, find sustainable open source projects with OSSERT, the difference between to_s and to_str, ROM 0.3.0, Ruby Coercion Protocols, and two ways to eradicate nil values.||3/22/2017||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanSix.new||A deep dive in Ruby 2.4.0, TruffleRuby progress updates, tons of new stuff in Bundler 1.14, Kaminari reaches 1.0, Castaway, and swot.||1/24/2017||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanFive.new||New details about Guilds, a free Ruby Tapas episode on Threads, mounds of new Ruby versions and features, a Rails feature diary, and Turbolinks without Rails.||11/23/2016||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanFour.new||We look at Ruby Together's support and speed improvements to RubyGems.org, talk about Concerns, discover Procodile, and learn more about what makes Swift different.||10/24/2016||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanThree.new||This week we finally take a look at Bundler 1.13, talk about its multiple source vulnerability and how to address it, look at adding Elm to Rails, ponder whether we should let the Asset Pipeline die or not, and look forward to Capybara's integration int||10/10/2016||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanTwo.new||Concurrency in Ruby 3 with Guilds, wild ideas for The Next Ruby, Ruby Tapas 2.0, Programs that rewrite Ruby programs, and Keep Ruby Weird.||9/30/2016||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanOne.new||In this first episode of Ruby Facets I introduce you to the show, talk about Ruby 2.4.0 Preview 2, Mike Perham's Sidekiq 4.2, Justin Searls' Suture, RubyConf 2016, and Ruby Together.||9/21/2016||Free||View in iTunes|
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Ruby Facets is the easiest way to keep up with Ruby news. It is short and sweet, packed full of topics about what's going on in the Ruby world.
Look forward to every edition!
As others have said: Thanks for continuing the ruby5 tradtion in such a quality fashion!