Programmers are bad at managing state (2020)

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  • State Machine

    Adds support for creating state machines for attributes on any Ruby class

  • look at this gem https://github.com/pluginaweek/state_machine to get an idea of what features are possible

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  • skelex

    Regular expression (regex) matching over streams of objects

  • Except the tape gets overwritten/looped over. What GP was referring to is event-sourcing the state in an append-only log and running finite state automata on this sequence.

    Here is a java lib that apply regex to stream of Objects that could be used to achieve this purpose.

    https://github.com/norswap/skelex

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