Ruby is a dynamic, object-oriented programming language focused on simplicity and productivity. It has an elegant syntax that is natural to read and easy to write. It is free, flexible and powerful. The Ruby CPU support is one of the most anticipated features in the upcoming Ruby 3.1 release. Ruby 3x3 aims to keep Ruby at the forefront of programming language performance. Ruby has a wide variety of useful CPU open source libraries that are constantly being improved upon in 2017. The CPU-intensive libraries are used for performing heavy calculations and some other types of processing that require a lot of electricity and computing power. Some of the most popular Open Source libraries for Ruby CPU among developers are: parallel - Ruby: parallel processing made simple and fast; zeus-parallel_tests - Zeus is a tool for speeding up your tests by preloading a Rails app; sys-proctable - crossplatform Ruby interface for gathering process information.
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