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Integrating Trailblazer and ActiveRecord transactions outside of a request lifecycle

When you use Ruby on Rails with ActiveRecord, you can get used to having separate transaction on each request. This is valid also when using Trailblazer (when inside of a request scope), however Trailblazer on its own does not provide such functionality. It means that when you’re using it from the console and/or when you […]

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Ruby (Rails, Sinatra) background processing – Reentrancy for your workers is a must be!

Background processing is a must-be in any bigger project. There’s no way to process everything in a lifetime of a single request. It’s such common, that I venture to say that each and every one of us made at least one background worker. Today I would like to tell you a bit about reentrancy. What […]

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