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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 affected. Check out the video over on NewRelic.com to learn more.
The Lone Star Ruby Conf talks are available online and Xavier Shay put together a good round up of the best ones.
Steve Smith of DynamicEdge put together an overview of the methods of receiving mail in your Rails app.
Twitter turned off basic auth in favor of OAuth. Luigi Montanez put together a how-to on converting your Rails app.
Stack Overflow has an open source cousin that you can tailor to the needs of your community.
Jhimy Villar wrote up a good tutorial on how to load offline documents into the OS X Dictionary app.
FetLife.com has given a lot back to the community as evidenced by their open source projects.
Rails 2.3.9, htty and ZeroMQ are on this episode of Ruby5. Also making the cut were Mongoid Tree, Android Spying, Rails CSS Views, and the cheezburger gem.
Refinery, During Construction, Saki, Andriod SpyCam, JRuby on Rails3, Inploy, Bundler meets Capistrano, Rake-remote_Task, and cached commons are all featured on this episode of Ruby5
Rails 3 has been released, memcached received a new Ruby library, and RubyDoc.info is in your RubyGems generating your YARD docs. Also, API versioning, extended transaction support, tutorials and more are on this episode of Ruby5.
A nice grab bag for this episode: resque_action_mailer_backend, Swift ORM, Upload Juicer, Ruby 1.9.2 debugging problems, Rails 3 RC2, and Frivol.
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