The Many Flaws Of ActiveSupport::TaggedLogging, And What You Can Do
One of my favorite Rails features, when it was released in 2011, was ActiveSupport::TaggedLogging. For those of you that aren’t aware, this feature allows you to prepend your logs with tags. For example, by doing this: Rails.logger.tagged('MY TAG') do Rails.logger.info('Log...
Timber for Ruby v2 Released
Hot and fresh, v2 of the Timber ruby gem has just been released! v2 is the culmination of many hours of testing, talking to users, and learning. It packages a variety of enhancements, bug fixes, and performance improvements. Enhancements Timber...
Why We're Building Timber
In the last decade, the way that we’ve built applications and services has changed dramatically. Unfortunately, the way that we debug and monitor them hasn’t changed nearly as much. Applications that were once structured as monolithic architectures have been splintered...
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