Sometimes logging costs us in app performance even when it is suppressed. Today, we learn how to avoid these slowdowns.
Today's dish is a quick tip about getting rid of nil values.
Today we meet a young programming language which looks suspiciously similar to Ruby.
What do you for options that have no sensible defaults? In this episode, we'll discuss one possibility.
Today, a story about how a baby helped me avoid unnecessary code.
Today we learn a dead-simple way to make logging levels configurable at runtime.
Today: A short introduction to the essential feature's of Ruby's standard Logger library.
Picking up where we left off in #337, today we look at how to add extra information to an error flag value, in a backwards-compatible way.