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The EdgeCase Team is raising the bar again; thy have just published GitImmersion, a git tutorial to turn you from Novice to expert in baby steps.
JRuby 1.6.0RC1 is here. Check out near-complete 1.9.2 support, better windows support, experimental c extension support, and a whole raft of other improvements.
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You wouldn't know it from his tweets, but Brian Sletten is more than a foodie - he also knows a thing or two about REST. And with his Refcard, you can too.
Have you ever wanted to write your own interpreter or compiler? Perhaps you want to write a zork-like version of pacman You'll need a parser that lets you define your own Grammars. Parselet is the tool for the job.
A Rubyesque interface to Google's GMail, with all the tools you'll need. Search, read and send multipart emails, archive, mark as read/unread, delete emails, and manage labels.
Ruby5 is released Tuesday and Friday mornings. To stay informed about and active with this podcast, we encourage you to do one of the following:
Ruby-core speaks, Hadoop, RSpec, TorqueBox, Streamly, Keycutter, Cartographer, and Micetrap. All topics you should know about to stay on top of your game, here on Tuesday's episode of Ruby5.
Tenacity, Timeago, Decent Exposure 1.0, better STI and even God all get some love today, plus some delightful repartee about hashrockets and gem versioning.
The RubyConf 2010 videos, Vim, command-line tools, Bundler, RubyGems, translations, and more are all on this episode of Ruby5.
New Ruby patches, a new Rubinius release, and a new version of Hackety Hack, as well as distance_of_time_in_words, strftime, and Rails Best Practices are on this episode of Ruby5.
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