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Recently in Ruby Core — April Edition

Many Ruby developers don’t have time to keep up to date with the recent developments inside Ruby core. To make this easier I decided to write up the most recent progress that is happening inside the Ruby Bug tracker. I won’t summarize bug tickets, but only feature proposals. But if an important Bug ticket rises I will mention it at the end.

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Passionate programmer. Love the elegance of Ruby. Recently started to dig into functional programming with Elixir.

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Gernot Gradwohl

Gernot Gradwohl

Passionate programmer. Love the elegance of Ruby. Recently started to dig into functional programming with Elixir.

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