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NewRelic provides RPM which is a plugin for rails that allows you to monitor and quickly diagnose problems with your Rails application in real time. Check them out at NewRelic.com.
RubyConf is taking place this year in Burlingame, California, November 19th to 21st, 2009. The conference schedule was posted today, so you should really think about taking a look and finding a way to make the trip.
Are you feeling jealous of ease of Heroku deployment? Wish you could have it all for yourself? Thanks to Mislav and the newly released git-deploy library, you can have the same, simple deployment on any server. Now you, too, can: git push origin production, and magically update your production servers.
Dmytro Shteflyuk wrote up a great introduction to using presenters in your application. Instead of filling your controllers and views with complex logic, think about throwing it into a presenter which is much cleaner and more easily tested. He also covers the Cells plugin, by Nick Sutterer, which may also be useful for cleaning up more of your view's logic.
Hugo Barauna wrote up a blog post this week talking about the "dog-pile" effect. This is where your cache gets invalidated, and before you can regenerate it, you're bombarded with several requests. He offers a solution which allows the first new request to regenerate the cache, while still serving the stale data to everyone else.
Terry Heath recently released an OpenID Rails Engine. This engine provides all of the models, controllers, and views that are necessary to setup your app as an OpenID consumer. And, with just about 4 lines of code, you're all set. No more excuses... go and support OpenID, now. The internets will love you.
The "Alice and Bob" Cryptography Rap song at the end of the show can be Downloaded here. We have no idea who sang it. If you do, let me know.
Remember, Ruby5 will be released Tuesday and Friday mornings, due to your feedback for consistent, morning releases. To stay informed about and active with this podcast, we encourage you to do one of the following:
The Rails 2.3.4 release and security updates start off this Tuesday episode. We also cover Rails Magazine, memory bloat, Bullet, Fiscali, and a little bit of Ruby 1.9.
RCov and Pony, with a little bit of Hangman make for a good start. We also cover some Rails authentication options and metaprogramming in Ruby. Finally, what's new in Edge Rails and the Rails Rumble results close out this Friday episode.
Blue Ridge, FunFX and Cucumber, and unit testing your file system interactions round out today's episode - which is obviously a little test-heavy. We also talk about obeying robots.txt, Snow Leopard, and more.
Ruby Version Manager, Crondonkulous, and flag_shih_tzu are just a few of the topics covered by this Friday morning episode of Ruby5. Since the majority of listeners preferred morning releases, we're going to try out releasing new episodes on Tuesday and Friday mornings.
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