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Peter Cooper over at RubyInside has a wrapup of all the most important stories of 2010.
We also have to give Peter props for this great writeup on the recent MacRuby 0.8 release, as well as a recap of several upcoming books in that space.
how-i-work.com is a new website for instructional videos - people specifically showing the tools and tips they use to improve their productivity
Michael Bleigh has published Grape, a dsl for creating web services on top of sinatra. The syntax is a little bit of stuff on top of Sinatras already terse DSL, specifically for defining resources and versioning your API.
Gonçalo Silva describes the what, why, and how of creating your own ruby gem from scratch, and how to publish them to the community-at-large.
Tony Arcieri has a dsl called cool.io, useful for creating event-driven style services on top of sinatra.
Karle Durante wrote us this week to tell us about his new gem, second_base. Karle's team needed to talk to both an Oracle and a MySQL database at the same time; this gem makes it possible in Rails3.
This Saturday there is a planned bugmash for rails_admin, a tool for rapidly creating admin interfaces on top of your rails3 database. If you are looking for a way to contribute to an open-source project, this would be a great way to jump in!
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New books, cucumber enhancers, security holes, big purchases, and a little Christmas cheer.
BigTuna's been TimeTrapped like a job_boss. There are some possible Refinements in Ruby, coming soon. And, will you pass the RDoctest?
Fog, Textmate's missing drawer, slop, head.js, a ruby-centric pragmatic magazine, gabba, and more in this triple-hosted edition of Ruby5.
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