Ruby 2.7 Experimental Features in Production: Pattern matching and numbered block args | Blog | Monolist

At Monolist, we're building the command center for engineers. We integrate with all the tools engineers use (code hosting, project management, alerting), and aggregate all their tasks in one place. If you've read our previous blog posts, you know that most of our backend services are built using Ruby.The creator of Ruby, Matz, once said that "the goal of ruby is to make programmers happy." We share this goal at Monolist. Ruby enables us to iterate quickly to deliver new integrations and features to our customers, programmers, faster. We are especially excited about Ruby 2.7, and we're already running some of our less critical services on the preview build released earlier this summer.In this blog post, we'll talk about our favorite new (experimental) features of Ruby 2.7 in the few months we've been running it in production.
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Nezir Zahirovic

Freelance software developer Ruby On Rails (4 years) / MCPD .Net / C# / Asp.Net / CSS / SQL / (11 years)

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