19 April 2014

The Ruby Reflector

Topic

José Valim

  Source Favicon
By Peter Cooper of Ruby Inside over 1 year ago.
Email
  Source Favicon
By José Valim of Plataformatec Blog 5 months ago.
Email

It has been reported that malicious users can do e-mail enumeration on sign in via timing attacks despite paranoid mode being enabled.

Whenever you try to reset your password or confirm your account, Devise gives you precise information on how to proceed, if the e-mail given is valid, if the token has not expired and so on. This means that, by trying any given e-mail, a third-party person can know if a particular e-mail is registered in that website or not.

blog.plataformatec.com.br Read
  Source Favicon
By Peter Cooper of Ruby Inside almost 2 years ago.
Email

The Ruby Rogues sit down with Jose Valim to discuss not only his popular book ' Crafting Rails Applications' but the actual art of crafting Rails apps itself. At 1h20m long, it's a deep dive, but perfect for the car!

Are Interpreters ( Python/ Ruby/ PHP) Immoral?

A developer makes an impassioned plea for developers to learn compiled languages because 'interpreters for non trivial computation' are immoral and 'indefensible' due to their …

rubyinside.com Read
  Source Favicon
By José Valim of Plataformatec Blog 8 months ago.
Email

We are glad to announce that Devise 3.1.0.rc is out. On this version, we have focused on some security enhancements regarding our defaults and the deprecation of TokenAuthenticatable . This blog post explains the rationale behind those changes and how to upgrade.

Devise 3.1.0.rc runs on both Rails 3.2 and Rails 4.0. There is a TL;DR for upgrading at the end of this post.

Note: We have yanked 3.1.0.rc and released to 3.1.0.rc2 which fixes some regressions. Thanks everyone for trying out the release candidates!

blog.plataformatec.com.br Read
  Source Favicon
By Matt Aimonetti of Merbist 2 years ago.
Email

Strobe (company who was hiring Carl Lerche, Yehuda Katz and contracted Jose Valim) used to have an ActionPack based, mini stack but it was never released and apparently only Rails core members really knew what was going on there. Performance in vanilla Rails 3 are only now getting close to what you had with Rails 2 (and therefore far from the perf you were getting with Merb). Thread-safety is still OFF by default meaning that by default your app uses a giant lock only allowing …

merbist.com Read
  Source Favicon
By Peter Cooper of Ruby Inside over 1 year ago.
Email

José Valim of the Rails core team shares a digest of what he's recently learned about concurrent programming and techniques.

Rails Testing Anti-Patterns

Ruby's Socket API From the Outside In

The Farmhouse Podcast: Rubyist Talk from Los Angeles

Hard to describe but I've been enjoying this podcast from The Farmhouse. The latest episode features Shane Becker and Evan Phoenix discussing the Puma Ruby Web server. Steve Klabnik

rubyinside.com Read
  Source Favicon
By Mislav of Mislav's blog almost 2 years ago.
Email

…for lunch

Vuvuzelas would stop lighning talks that were too long

Mayhem after a game of Balloon Hero

Tenderlove's Friday hug—with backup

José Valim & Josh Kalderimis

Atmosphere at the afterparty

Me (in red) and the awesome people I love

All photos are from Railsberry's official photostream . ← Back to Mislav's blog

mislav.uniqpath.com Read
  Source Favicon
Email

Applicake, Future Simple and Jose Valim on stage singing Ruby, Ruby, Rub y by Kaiser Chiefs. Thanks Mathias* for the great picture! Good times ( read more and watch the performance here) .

applicake.com Read
  Source Favicon
On AkitaOnRails.com - English almost 4 years ago.
Email

For this second part, I have reserved to talk about the winners of the Ruby Heroes Award. Since 2008, Gregg Pollack, from EnvyLabs, go upstage to deliver the award to 6 hard worker rubyists, who made a difference in the community.

Of the 6 winners, I was not able to talk with neither Xavier Noria, from Spain, nor Jose Valim, from Brazil. He was not attending the conference this year. But I still intend to record them, probably through video conference, and then add them to this gallery.

akitaonrails.com Read
  Source Favicon
By santiago.pastorino of WyeWorks Blog - The Team's Voice almost 2 years ago.
Email

rails-api is a plugin developed by Yehuda Katz, José Valim, Carlos Antonio da Silva and me ( Santiago Pastorino) which modifies Rails applications trimming down usually unneeded Rails functionalities for API applications. Do you remember we added support for this on core and it was reverted ?. This plugin enables that again.

What is an API app?

Traditionally, when people said that they used Rails as an " API", they meant providing a programmatically …

blog.wyeworks.com Read