recently read that TCP BBR has significantly increased throughput and reduced latency for connections on Google’s internal backbone networks and google.com and YouTube Web servers throughput by 4 percent on average globally – and by more than 14 percent in some countries. The TCP BBR patch needs to be applied to the Linux kernel. The first public release of BBR was here, in September 2016. The patch is available to any one to download and install.
Whether there is a security vulnerability or an unlicensed project you could be subjecting yourself or your users to problems. It doesn’t take long to install and run these tools and I encourage you to do so too, they may save you from your dependencies. It takes a little longer, but it’s probably worth it, to add them to your CI setup too. Two tests you should run against your Ruby project now
We all feel unproductive at times, and we can be sure that our bosses, clients, or co-workers feel we are being unproductive at times as well. And, because developer productivity is so hard to measure or talk about, it can feel frustrating to be in a situation where you are feeling or perceived to be unproductive. Rather than dwell on these feelings or postulate new broken ways to measure productivity, I want to talk about the reasons a developer might be unproductive.
Security is one of the most important aspects of a server. Faulty security practices can pave the way for attackers to gain unauthorized access to your server. As a developer you need to take control of your server security – but since servers are messy and managing them is tough, it can be very frustrating. I’ve been there, learned some lessons the hard way, and found success. In this blog post, we will see an overview of basic steps that we can take to enhance the security of our server.
This repository aims to help everyone to write a more idiomatic, clean and tricky ruby code and also try to join a bunch of good refactoring techniques. You can add your own technique or paste it from some website(do not forget the source, of course). All the tricks are in the /tricks folder. Ruby Tricks, Idiomatic Ruby, Refactorings and Best Practices