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Episode #422 – November 26th, 2013

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Ruby fixes a heap overflow, Rack::Attack protects your app from abusive clients, a proposal for changing Rails Session Storage, learn about Rake File Tasks and Demystify the Ruby GC.

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Sam Saffron published a post on the official Discourse forum which demystifies the Ruby Garbage Collector. Specifically, the MRI Ruby 2.0 GC. He introduces heaps and RVALUEs, touches on how different architectures vary with regard to them, and he walks through the information you can get from a GC.stat command.

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