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Vladimir Dementyev is a mathematician who found his happiness in programming Ruby and Erlang, contributing to open source and being an Evil Martian. He is the author of AnyCable, TestProf and an advocate for building monoliths with Rails Engines.
Links for this episode:
- Evil Martians | Distributed Product Development Consultancy
- Erlang Programming Language
- anycable / anycable
- palkan / test-prof
- Railsconf: Between monoliths and microservices
- Getting Started with Engines — Ruby on Rails Guides
- Vladimir Dementyev (@palkan) on Github
- Vladimir Dementyev (@palkan_tula) · Twitter
- Episode Introduction and Outro by Michael Springer
- Episode Music by Kevin MacLeod
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