CR 503: Ruby in the WebAssembly¶
- Air Date: 2023-02-01
- Duration: 45 mins 58 secs
About this episode¶
The shiny userbase flocking to WebAssembly, our thoughts on the "openAI scam", and why they just keep cramming stuff into Docker containers.
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- Tailscale: Tailscale is the easiest way to create a peer-to-peer network with the power of Wireguard.
- pop-os core: WIP immutable base — POP working on an immutable base? We're interested.
- The Blocksize War — This book covers Bitcoin’s blocksize war, which was waged from August 2015 to November 2017.
- Jupiter Broadcasting Jobs Matrix Room — Hiring? Looking for work? Make a connection in our Jobs chat room.
- What's New in Ruby 3.2 — The highlights this year are the performance gains from YJIT, WebAssembly support, faster regular expressions, and a new way to define immutable value objects.
- Rails on Docker — Rails 7.1 is getting an official Dockerfile, which should make it easier to deploy Rails applications to production environments that support Docker. Think of it as a pre-configured Linux box that will work for most Rails applications.
- The Fed - Meeting calendars and information — The FOMC holds eight regularly scheduled meetings during the year and other meetings as needed.
- unusual_whales on Twitter — “If Powell keeps hiking rates, he risks the entire financial stability of the [global economic] system,” per Barry Sternlicht.
- Alby — Lightning for your Browser! — Alby brings Boosts to the web.
- Coder Radio on the Podcastindex.org — You can boost the show from your web browser, top-up Alby, then head over to our listing on the Podcast Index.
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