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Episode Info: The Ruby Blend - Episode 20Welcome to The Ruby Blend! It's been awhile and it sure feels good to back in the swing of things! Today, we have a new panelist with us, Dave Kimura, who's been doing Ruby for quite some time, as well as doing the Drifting Ruby screencast for over five years now. On this episode, we dive into the topic of Service Object, where do they belong in your app and how do you name it in Ruby on Rails. We discuss namespacing and how to name interactors the correct way. Dave elaborates on Active Storage since he did an episode on Drifting Ruby about it. Have you heard of Backblaze and Digital Ocean? Download this episode now to find out more!Sponsored by:HoneybadgerPanelists:Andrew Mason Ron Cooke Dave Kimura Guests:NoneShow Notes:[00:00:54] Dave gives us an introduction of himself and what he does.[00:02:49] Andrew gives an update on what's been happening in his job life.[00:03:58] On the code front, Ron wants to talk about Service Object and where do they belong in your app as far as file structure goes. Also, how do you name a Service Object in Ruby, and Rails specifically. The guys all give their opinions.[00:17:45] The topic of namespacing service objects in Rails is discussed.[00:24:56] Andrew talks about adding comments to the top of the class and doing something is better than doing nothing.[00:29:24] Andrew makes a great point about keeping your services as focused as possible and then call out to other services as needed.[00:32:57] Andrew is working in a Legacy Rails for code base and he wonders how he can take some of the ideas about single responsibility pattern and apply these principles in a Legacy App.[00:36:02] Andrew and Dave talk about naming interactors and the importance of the actual method that you're calling it. Also, having a conversation with your team and reaching a consensus before you start doing stuff.[00:38:46] Dave just released a Drifting Ruby episode called, "Bulk Uploads with Active Storage," and he tells us about it.[00:42:28] Andrew asks Dave to elaborate on Active Storage feeling very flushed down, because Andrew doesn't feel like it is.[00:46:33] Dave tells Andrew about Backblaze B2 Cloud storage and Andrew mentions Digital Ocean. Here is Dave's actual configuration and his storage YAMIL file for Backblaze that he's using on Rubidium:service: S3 access_key_id: <%= ENV['S3_ACCESS_KEY'] %> secret_access_key: <%= ENV['S3_SECRET_KEY'] %> region: us-east-1 bucket: myapp-production endpoint: <%= ENV['S3_ENDPOINT'] %> force_path_style: true [00:49:34] Dave tells us where we can find him online.Links:Dave Kimura Twitter Drifting Ruby "Bulk Upload with Active Storage" by Dave Kimura-Drifting Ruby Backblaze B2 Cloud Storage Rubidium Digital Ocean Active Storage Credits:Edited by Paul M. Bahr at Peachtree Sound Show notes by DeAnn Bahr at Peachtree Sound Ad Sales by Eric Berry Follow Us:Our Website Twitter Dev.to ★ Transistor.fm is now hosting an archive o...
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