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New Relic RPM is a critical resource for us, so we can deliver outstanding support to our clients. Not Just for Ruby anymore, you can use the same great tools to monitor your Java and PHP applications.
ig is an abstraction API on top of cloud service providers like Amazon, RackSpace, and Google. Want to cloudify your app without becoming dependent on one provider? Check out this tutorial.
This add-in for textmate provides a cosmetic update to look more like xcode, as well as a new control for opening up a shell window. Its not TextMate 3, but it might help your upgrade anxiety.
Yet another tool for helping you build command-line apps in Ruby, Slop is a command line parser that is really easy to use.
Are you doing something interesting with Rails and ant to tell the world about it? The stage is waiting at RailsConf Baltimore 2011. The call for proposals is open!
The PRagmatic Programmers have been good to the Ruby community, and this months issue of the Pragmatic Magazine is no exception. More than 10 articles about Ruby from people like Dave Thomas and Chad Fowler, this is content you can't ignore.
If you use Google Analytics, you may have run into a situation where you want your server, rather than the user's browser, log some kind of event. Gabba makes this possible. We used this, for instance, to track sms requests from our app as if they were page views.
This article by Michael Bleigh at the Ruby Learning blog goes into the mechanics of writing custom domain-specific languages. If you haven't made this technique part of your developer's toolbox yet, it is well worth the time to read this.
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Today we walk the path of Ruby enlightenment with testbot, Blogcast, autocomplete, Resque-cleaner, easier MetricFu with Metrical, easier i18n with Enrichments, and Ruby Koans. All essential in your quest to learn and do great things with Ruby.
PreHeat, Dooby, Hijacker, Heroku Release Management, Solr=pwnt, Rails Dateinput, and Grape are all covered in some shame or form in today's Ruby5 podcast. No podcast friday since we have Thanksgiving.
Rails 3.0.3, Rails for Zombies, Hudson and Vagrant, csv_records, Mongrel2, ArchiveTree, and more are on this episode of Ruby5.
More interviews with Charles Nutter, Glenn Vanderburg, and David Chelimsky from RubyConf X, as well as Fuubar, minitest/benchmark, and Sucker are all on this episode of Ruby5.
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