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Can you believe we made it all the way to 100? This episode is live from BizConf 2010, where Gregg managed to get a few interviews discussing useful Ruby business tools.
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Did you know that New Relic Has deployment tracking? All you do is modify your capistrano task to let new relic know when you do a deployment. Then when you view you stats on new relic after the deployment, you'll actually see a line on each of your new relic graphs so you'll be able to see how performance was effected. Check out the video over on NewRelic.com to learn more.
Nathaniel Talbot introduces a simpler project management tool they use over at Terralien called No Kahuna.
When your company gets big enough that you have someone else (other then yourself) tracking project leads, it may be time to use something like Pipeline Deals. Obie Fernandez gives us the lowdown.
One of the sessions I attended at Bizconf was called "Visualizing Success with KanBan", and it was run by fellow Rubyist David Laribee. I had never a good definition of Kanban up until this point.
One session at Bizconf I caught Lar vander jack, one of the HashRocket team, showing a brand new HashRocket project to another attendee. It turned out to be SqadronApp, a new scheduling app for teams to figure out who is working on what, and when resources will be available.
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Rockstars "and" Engine Yard's CLI "or" Passenger && Viewpoint are on this episode of Ruby5.
Rails 3 and Bundler release candidates, using Bundler in the 'real world', convenient_scopes, mailman, maptastic, and rollout are featured this week, along with your guest host CodeSherpa, Karen Gillison
Ilya Grigorik talks Fibers, while fake_arel, Rack-Gist, and Coloration get introduced. Also, Choco and some helpful Git tips sneak their way into this episode of Ruby5.
Briantree gateway gem, Fabrication, Green Letters, Use Bundler in your Gems, Integrum's code test, redis-load, and capistrano-spec!
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