A mathematician found his happiness in programming Ruby and Erlang, contributing to open source, mentoring Rails devs and being an Evil Martian. Author of AnyCable and TestProf.
One cable to rule them all
Modern web applications actively use real-time features. Unfortunately, nowadays Ruby is rarely considered as a technology to implement yet another chat – Ruby performance leaves much to be desired when dealing with concurrency and high-loads.
Does this mean that we should betray our favorite language, which brings us happiness, in favor of others?
My answer is NO, and I want to show you, how we can combine the elegance of Ruby with the power of other languages to improve the performance of real-time applications.