In this talk we will see what Rails Concerns are and how can we use them to keep our models fit. More interestingly, we’ll discuss the trade-offs of this technique, the different views in the community and a couple of alternatives.
When a Rails application becomes a big fat monster, the moment arrives to split it into small services that speak to each other. I’ll discuss how are we attacking this problem in a progressive, iterative way and which tools we chose for each situation; some of which are not limited to Ruby.
Being a Ruby developer since 2008, I enjoy my day to day job playing around with APIs, services and all kind of back end stuff at Workshare. I'm also a compulsive foodie embracing London for more than a year now.
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