You have disabled auto-rotation for stories. Re-enable?
Now you can have all the monitoring goodness you have in your Rails apps for your .Net and PHP apps. You can download the RPM for .Net agent now, and New Relic is looking for public beta testers for the PHP agent.
We are in the final public voting round to determine who has won this years Rails Rumble. Visit railsrumble.com and vote for your favorite application!
Jim Jones has released a new gem called Turkee. It lets you convert your Rails forms for use with Amazon's Mechanical Turk.
Makandra have shared 746 different notes covering Ruby, Rails, Cucumber, Linux, and more. The notes are available through their simple and searchable web site
Jeff Kreeftmeijer shows how to leverage bundler to bootstrap your gem's supporting assets in a great blog post.
vim-fugitive adds git integration to vim, allowing you to run many git commands right inside your editor.
Texticle integrates with ActiveRecord and creates the indexes and migrations you need to support the built-in searching capabilities of postgres.
Phusion Passenger 3.0.0, Rails accepts_nested_attributes_for vulnerability, ARel 2.0, Slim, RFID, Fog, TinyTDS, and more on this episode of Ruby5.
Clap, Guard, Transactional Factories, Write Excel, Message Block, Ruote, and using Graphviz for fun and profit in the October 15th edition of Ruby5, with your hosts Dave Bock and Russ Olsen.
Ruby Facets, RSpec 2.0, Magic Ruby, aRailsDemo, OmniSocial, and more are on this episode of Ruby5.
Bunyan for your logs; lots of Heroku news: add-on provider program, Moonshado SMS, and Heroku-san; Omni-Auth FTW; and RubyGems 101
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