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Fundry.com is a new crowdfunding platform from the makers of bugmenot, retailmenot, cushycms and trendsmap, that helps developers get paid for developing new features, and enables a community of funders to contribute to get the features they want. Win win. Find out more at fundry.com.
Brian Underwood wrote in to let us know about job_boss, a new library for processing jobs, asynchronously. It's built on ActiveRecord, it runs a single daemon with multiple workers, and each worker is killed and replaced once its job is complete.
Relatively recently, Antek Piechnik and Michał Bugno released BigTuna, a Rails 3-based continuous integration server. It was inspired by Hudson and Integrity, supports multiple projects, uses Delayed Job for queuing, and BigTuna even continuously integrates itself. It's free, open source, and available on GitHub.
Timetrap is a command line time tracker written in Ruby, recently released by Sam Goldstein. It allows you to maintain multiple time sheets, easily log and edit your recorded time, and unlike many of the hosted solutions out there, it's free.
We're passionate about testing. We're [not always so] passionate about writing documentation. What if we could mix the two, and test our documented code examples? Well, Stephen Celis is working on RDoctest, which does just that. It's inspired by Python's Doctest, but it's written in Ruby and supports testing single line, multi-line, and IRB code examples.
At Rubyconf 2010 Shugo Maeda talked about a proposal for a new feature in Ruby called Refinements. And, this week, Magnus Holm explained it in plain English. The concept is interesting and it's also a unique glimpse into code change proposals going on in Ruby.
Engine Yard recently released a Vagrant-built virtual machine image that it uses when training Ruby and Rails to new developers. Since it's a virtual machine, the host operating system can be ignored and the image provides a clean, stable environment with several editors, packages, and gems pre-installed. It's a simple way to get someone into Ruby and Rails who may be hesitant to take the plunge.
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Fog, Textmate's missing drawer, slop, head.js, a ruby-centric pragmatic magazine, gabba, and more in this triple-hosted edition of Ruby5.
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.
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