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Do you know how your website is performing at peak times? That's what New Relic RPM is for, it lets you know what your website is up to, even when you are sleeping.
The RailsBridge Open Workshop project aims to teach web application development to both programmers and non-programmers. The initial schedule for this year includes eight workshops in San Francisco, Chicago and Seattle
Ilya Grigorik has a nice blog post up introducing the MySQL Handler Socket plugin, which directly interacts with the underlying MySQL storage engine.
Bruno Michel's HTML TRUNCATOR gem gives you a new truncate method that will work with embedded html and insert a customizable ellipsis.
ClassyCAS is a new gem from Andrew and Vince over at Econify. It is a Sinatra-based implementation of the Central Authentication System 2.0 protocol. Easy to set up and just like that, single-sign-on for your web applications.
Wayne Seguin just delivered RailsInstaller. It's a Rails Welcome Kit for Windows users. RailsInstaller provides a Ruby interpreter, RubyGems, Rails, Git, Sqlite and DevKit in a single Windows installer.
Thoughtbot released Fistface, which will allow you to host your fonts using Sinatra, Heroku and S3 and it will works with Firefox.
Logan Koester has released Autorefresh a gem to automatically refresh your browser when your stylesheets change.
Safe(r) monkey patching, GeoMagic, custom RSpec2 matchers, Sanitize, Sunspot and Solr, widgets, zero-copy, and even a Hamster are on this episode of Ruby5.
Immerse yourself in Git, check out JRuby 1.6.0, Meet Jenkins, dit your gems, learn about a good restful cheat sheet, and check out a few gems on this episode of Ruby5
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.
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