#67 Ruby 3.2 Benchmarking, 2022 Review, Upcoming Camps & Conferences, and More... 📊🥂🏕️

Happy Thursday!

Here is issue #67 of our newsletter, where we collect news and tools that we find interesting for your current or future Rails projects:

1. Ruby 3.2 was released on Christmas Day! 🎄 Find out what Santa left under the tree.

2. Of course, we can't get a new Ruby release without asking "Is it faster?" Don't worry, Thomas Leitner already crunched those numbers for you. 📊

3. Ariel Juodziukynas released the second part of his series on how to optimize images. The sequel covers how to optimize SVG files. 🖼️

Performance bottlenecks got you down? Need to speed up your Rails app? Check out our Ruby performance audit: Tune Report! A long-term performance plan to improve your infrastructure and scale.

4. Tenderlove wrote a year in review for 2022. Check out his highlights and predictions for the coming year here. 🥂

5. Mark your calendars! The dates for RubyConfs and Camps in 2023 are up. 📆

6. Have you ever wanted to integrate a third-party Javascript library with your Rails app? Simon Chiu wrote an article on how to do it using FilePond and ActiveStorage. 🤝

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


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