Ruby 3.1 introduces Variable Width Allocation for StringsIn this blog let us understand how Variable Width Allocation works in Ruby
How does Ruby manage memory?Each programming language has its version of memory management so, let us look into how Ruby does this under the hood.
Ruby Fibers 101Ruby 3 focuses more on concurrency with the introduction of Ruby Fibers and the Fiber Scheduler Interface.
Ruby 3.1 evaluates multiple assignments from left to rightRuby changes the evaluation order for multiple assignments from left to right making it consistent with single assignment evaluation order.
Ruby 3.0 - Procs accepting a single rest argument and keyword arguments are no longer subject to autosplattingRuby 3.0 changed the inconsistent behavior for autosplatting, when rest argument and keyword arguments are present for a Proc