06 Apr '16, 7pm

No, Ruby Frozen String Literals Definitely Do Not Improve Performance of My Rails Applications

Frozen string literals is the experimental feature that appeared in Ruby 2.3 and will become the default behavior in Ruby 3.0. There's been some talk about how that improves performance. A month ago I ported one of my applications and saw no improvement. Today took another look, and my conclusion still stands.

Full article: http://ruby-performance-book.com/blog/2016/04/frozen-stri...

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