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Vladimir Dementyev

A mathematician found his happiness in programming Ruby and Erlang, contributing to open source and being an Evil Martian.

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re: I joined the DEV team
After moving to US and becoming a father, I have very limit...
re: I joined the DEV team
Great news! Congrats!
re: Ruby on Whales: Dockerizing Ruby and Rails development
You mean IDE debugger? Then I can't help here a lot: I'm us...
re: Sorbetting a gem, or the story of the first adoption
As far as I can see, there is no TracePoint usage. They use...
re: Sorbetting a gem, or the story of the first adoption
I think, type checking could bring value at a large scale: ...
re: Danger on Rails: make robots do some code review for you!
Danger allows us to add code review specific checks, for ex...
re: Sorbetting a gem, or the story of the first adoption
Thanks for the comment! Stripe AFAIK does not use Rails, ...
re: Sorbet: A Type Checker for Ruby
There is a gem which create RBI files for ActiveRecord and ...
re: Crafting user notifications in Rails with Active Delivery
I store notifiers in app/notifiers. In the end, my structure...
re: Active Storage meets GraphQL Pt. 2: Exposing attachment URLs
Which version of graphql gem it is? Probably, that's the re...
re: Active Storage meets GraphQL: Direct Uploads
We stopped using Apollo a while ago, now we use a little bi...
re: Crafting user notifications in Rails with Active Delivery
I put deliveries under app/deliveries. Drivers could be stor...
re: Active Storage meets GraphQL: Direct Uploads
We started a new version from scratch in terms of users gen...
re: Active Storage meets GraphQL: Direct Uploads
do you have a resource about this? We didn't migrate the...
re: Cables vs. malloc_trim, or yet another Ruby memory usage benchmark
Added)
re: Cables vs. malloc_trim, or yet another Ruby memory usage benchmark
I wonder what would happen if the malloc_trim was run, say...
re: Rails profiling story, or how I caught Faker trying to teach my app Australian Slang
we've used it to bring our average test run time down by a...
re: Carve your controllers like Papa Carlo
Yeah, I put them under app/planes. Thanks for the question...
re: Carve your controllers like Papa Carlo
dry-schema is a totally different tool dry-schema is a da...
re: Living in sin (with Spring)
Totally agree. And I told about it in the post) Nowadays ...
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