Episode 503

Ruby in the WebAssembly


February 1st, 2023

45 mins 58 secs

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About this Episode

The shiny userbase flocking to WebAssembly, our thoughts on the "openAI scam", and why they just keep cramming stuff into Docker containers.

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  • Rails on Docker — Rails 7.1 is getting an official Dockerfile, which should make it easier to deploy Rails applications to production environments that support Docker. Think of it as a pre-configured Linux box that will work for most Rails applications.
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