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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.
Sometimes it is handy to be able to write the logs to your database, Bunyan uses MongoDB capped collections as your logfile.
Heroku recently opened up their Add-on Provider Program, enabling developers to integrate their services into the Heroku platform.
Sending SMS messages from your Rails application is a very cool and now a snap from Heroku with the Moonshado SMS add-on.
Heroku San is a set of rake tasks for that automates your Heroku app deployments.
OmniAuth is a new gem for using OAuth services like Facebook or Twitter and more.
Nick Quaranto has written a great blog post covering the basics of working with RubyGems. If you are curious to know how Gems work, read his blog post.
Phusion Passenger 3.0.0 RC1, Bundler 1.0.2, Rails ERD, Google OpenID, Koi, Clipboard, and more are covered on this episode of Ruby5.
InfinityTest, Cells, simple geocoding, Rails Best Pracices, HTTPI, Neapolitan, Gitifier, and more in this edition of Ruby5 with your hosts, David Bock and Karen Gillison
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!
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