#69 Using OpenAI with Ruby, the Geocoder Gem, and a 1 Million User One-Woman Dev Team ... 🤖🗺️ 📺

Happy Thursday!

Here is issue #69 of our newsletter, where we collect news and tools that we find interesting for your current or future Rails projects:

1. Last issue we included Part 1 and Part 2 on the new Rails 7.1 features. Here is the finale, Part 3!

2. Speaking of trilogies, our very own Ariel Juodziukynas published Part 3 of his series on optimizing images. Click here to learn how to make your images load faster.

3. Where's Waldo? Yaroslav Shmarov's SupeRails published a video on how to use the gem Geocoder to find GPS coordinates, calculate distances, and search location ranges. 🗺️

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. Want to hop on the AI bandwagon? Kane Hopper wrote a guide on how to use Ruby and OpenAI to create an email parser. 🤖

5. In case you weren't able to make it to The Rails SaaS Conference, Nadia Odunayo gave an interesting talk on how she got to 1 million users as a one-woman dev team. 📺

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


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