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Go And Ruby

A collection of articles with the topic Go and Ruby

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Creating serverless Slack commands in minutes with Go & Up

This post walks through the creation of a serverless Slack command written in Golang, and deployed to AWS Lambda in seconds with Up. You'll be creating a `/time ` command used to check how...

Why we switched from Python to Go - The Stream Blog

Switching to a new language is always a big step, especially when only one of your team members has prior experience with that language. Early this year, we switched Stream's primary...

Proxying to a subcommand with Go

There are a number of Unix commands that manipulate something about the environment or arguments in some way before starting a subcommand. For example: xargs reads arguments from standard...

Go implementation of Data At Rest Encryption - Cloud Storage

Encrypting network traffic is becoming the default. There are standardized protocols like SSH and TLS as well as projects like Let's Encrypt to protect data sent over the network. TLS for...

Ruby

Improving Ruby Performance with Rust - via @codeship

A couple of years ago, I found a few methods in my Rails application that were called several thousand times and accounted for more than 30 percent of my website's page load time. Each of...

Womenintech Part 3: First Steps With Ruby And Chef

Ruby After my first steps in programming with Ruby, I was assigned to write a program for our company to automate a process. The task I should automate, takes quite a long time if you do it...

Introducing Support for Generating Ruby SDKs in Amazon API Gateway | Amazon Web Services

We're excited to announce support for generating Ruby SDKs from Amazon API Gateway. The Ruby SDKs you generated are compatible with Ruby 1.9 and later. Generated SDKs have first-class...

Discover the Ruby Behind Chef

1 hour Contributors Chef's Domain Specific Language (DSL) is based on a programming language called Ruby. When you write recipes, define attributes, or create custom resources, you're using...