Here is issue #051 of our newsletter, where we collect news and tools that we find interesting for your Rails project.
1. How ruby_memcheck Finds Memory Leaks in Native Gems: An article about memory leaks in ruby and how to find them using ruby_memcheck. 🔎
4. Under the hood of the includes method in Rails: The way the includes method work in Active Record is one of the most common questions during interviews, yet many developers are unaware of how that method behaves..🥳
5. Rails under the hood: Routes: Routes engine is the core part of every Rails application. Thanks to the config/routes.rb file, we can easily define the application’s routes using special DSL. Let’s take a closer look at the coder under the hood to understand a bit of Rails’ magic.
We hope you find these links useful. Feel free to forward it to your friends! ;)
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Lewis D'Avanzo, Junior Software Engineer
OmbuLabs: Why did you decide to become a developer?
Lewis: I decided to become a developer because I was looking for a career change and a friend suggested I might enjoy it (apparently, musicians take to programming pretty well). I've always enjoyed solving puzzles and interesting problems and now I get to do it for my job!.
OmbuLabs: What do you like most about OmbuLabs?
OmbuLabs: What is a personal thing you would like to share about you?
Lewis: I grew up on the same 'E Street' that Bruce Springsteen's band is named for.
OmbuLabs: What is the most interesting thing you've learned while working for us?
Lewis: Team work. There is no "I" but "We" at Ombulabs. We share our successes and failures as a team.
OmbuLabs: What do you like to do when you're not working?
Lewis: When I'm not working I like to play music (I currently play bass in one band and drums in another) and video games. I also enjoy watching soccer and reading random articles on Wikipedia.