#62 Sidekiq 7.0 Beta, Ruby 3.2's Data Class, Pitchfork (a new Rack HTTP server by Shopify), and More... 🚀 🦄 🔐

Happy Thursday!

Here is issue #62 of our newsletter, where we collect news and tools that we find interesting for your current or future Rails projects:

1. Ruby 3.2 introduces the `Data` class. A subclass of `Struct`. Check out Brandon Weaver's article explaining the pros and cons of Data!

2. How does `load_defaults` work anyway? Check out our very own Juan Vasquez's article explaining the logic behind `load_defaults` and why you should care.

3. Shopify just open sourced an experimental Rack HTTP server for shared-nothing architecture: Pitchfork! It's a derivative of... 🦄

4. Security best practices for your Ruby on Rails application: A thorough article that covers SSL/CORS to CSS/SQL injection. Check it out: How does your security measure up? 🔐

5. Sidekiq 7.0 Beta now available: Introduces a new way to use Sidekiq and to get job metrics among other things. Do you need help upgrading Sidekiq? We are available to help. 🤓

We hope you find these links useful. Feel free to forward it to your friends! ;)


The FastRuby.io Team

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