In episode 76 of Does Not Compute, Sean and Paul talk about exploring new languages in search of performance benefits, when it might be ok to re-write an app to boost performance, and how decoupling your application backend from the frontend can give you the flexibility you need to explore your options.
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- ActiveRecord - Explain on Relations
- New Relic
- Skylight APM
- Scout APM
- ActiveModel Serializers
- Phoenix Framework
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