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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.
Like Autotest? Like RVM? Run your test suite aganst multiple ruby environments with this sweet gem
Need to geocode an address? Nicolas Blanco shows us how with the Google Maps API v3, and 3 lines of his mad coding skillz.
This useful static code analyzer looks at your rails project and suggests a bunch of things you might want to fix. It has been updated several times recently, capturing some good practices for Rails 3 and Bundler.
Daniel Harrington wrote is this week to tell us about his HTTPI library. It provides a simple common interface for Ruby HTTP libraries. You use it to build your request object, then execute one of the http verbs by calling a method with the same name, passing it the name of an adapter to a specific http library.
Do you have a favorite markup language? With Neopolitan, you can have them all, AND use them all at the same time.
Gitifier is an incon that sits up in your menu bar on OSX, and alerts you via growl whenever someone pushes into a watched git repository.
This is article at the RubyLearning blog, guest author Martin Sadler has written an article about using Ruby to build a cross-platform gui application.
I (Dave) will be speaking at JRubyConf this weekend. If you're there and a listener of the podcast, say 'hi'.
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Rubinius 1.1, conference videos, Rails in the cloud, Screeninator, Cinderella, and when an object isn't quite an object are all covered on this episode of Ruby5.
In this episode we get a visit from Australian Ryan Bigg, Haml and Sass are splitting up, Mislav says "You're cuking it right", Cloudmailin helps you with multipart bodies and more in T-minus ... now!
With Mountable Engines and the Terminitor we pull a gitswitch and try to Explain Ruby to Mongoids. It's an action packed episode of Ruby5.
CarlHuda news, themes_for_rails, diaspora, colorblind, Passenger3, rvm gemsets, and metasearch, in this edition of Ruby5.
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