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Open Source Status Update – March 2020

It’s time for my second Open Source Update 🙂 This one covers March 2020. As you can probably imagine, last few weeks were very challenging due to pandemic. I tried to push things forward regardless but I didn’t manage to accomplish everything I planned. dry-schema & dry-validation 1.5.0 You can...

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Open Source Status Update

Inspired by Samuel Williams` “Open Source Progress Report” I decided to start doing the same thing and so this is the first Open Source Status Update from me. I hope to make this a habit and who knows maybe I’ll even start blogging on a regular basis again 🤞🏻 I’ll...

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GitHub Sponsorship

GitHub has recently started their Sponsors program and I was lucky to get an invite pretty early on when it’s still in a closed beta phase. I received the invite on August 30th and it took me exactly one month to finally fill out my profile and get it published....

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Introducing dry-schema

Two years ago (!!!) I published a post on discourse.dry-rb.org explaining my plans for dry-validation 1.0.0 and in this post I mentioned that there will be a new gem called dry-schema that dry-validation will use for its schemas. It’s crazy how time flies because I swear I thought it was...

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A quick​ recap and plans for the future

Hi, I’m back! I haven’t written anything on this blog since November 2016, which is sad but it is what it is. I’ve got so much to tell you. A lot happened during this time, and I’ll try to summarize it here and also talk a bit about my plans...

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Ditch Your ORM

I’ve been promoting a functional approach in Ruby for a while now and even though it includes many different techniques and patterns, there’s this one idea, one fundamental idea that changes everything – immutability. But what does it even mean in Ruby? To freeze everything? That would be too slow,...

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Encapsulating Business Transactions With Transflow

It’s a known fact that when you deal with a big problem it’s good to split it into smaller problems, solve them in isolation using separate components and use an integration layer to combine them into a single unit. Unfortunately it’s easier said than done. In an OO language like...

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Importing Data With ROM and Transproc

Importing data into a database can be a complicated task. This process can be quite painful as you need to deal with data transformation, filling in missing information, specifying validation rules, handling errors and so on. Without proper tools to solve this problem it can become more complicated than it...

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New Transproc Released

Transproc is a small library I wrote a couple of months back. It’s been growing nicely and yesterday its 0.3.0 version was released which redefined how it works and what it really is. I’m exicited about this project as it’s been used in ROM to implement its Mapper component and...

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