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Regulate is a new lightweight CMS engine for rails 3 backed by git. Its got a short and sweet screencast to introduce you.
Services that share government data through public apis are popping up like weeds. Govkit is a ruby gem that unifies several behind a common interface. If you want to compare voting patterns with campaign contributions and cross-reference it with your own daabase of UFO sightings so you can determine exactly which legislators are uncover aliens, this gem is for you.
Are you a ruby 'educator'? Not just someone who teaches ruby, but anyone working for an educational institution who uses Ruby in some capacity in their day-job? This mailing list is a home for like-minded people.
If you're transitioning to Ruby 1.9, Ilya Grigorik has your back. This wuick blog post/cheat sheet contains 30 tips and tricks for working with Ruby 1.9 including small new syntax differences, block and proc gotchas, changes to some behavior on methods like to_s, etc.
What might be the most appropriately named gem ever has been upgraded. Awesome_print is a library that lets you format arrays, hashes, and other data structures into nice console output. I never leave home without it.
The redmine project management tool is forking - this new project promises a more transparent governance model. And ponies.
In this blog entry, Erik DeBill measures the performance of a half dozen ruby implementations with a lage project in development mode. Why development mode? He's seeking increased developer productivity.
Things like this are a guilty pleasure. Jamis Buck has been blogging for several weeks about various maze generation algorithms. Maybe not directly applicable to your day job, but it'll definitely edge-out your mindset and expose you to new thoughts, and thats always useful.
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:
Regulate the Slow Web, git-[your]-flow going with share_count, and Refinery your Rails Admin solution with Google Apps and OmniAuth all on this episode of Ruby5.
Mail gem vulnerability, RailsCasts reaches 250, Ruby4Kids, Gosu, keeping track of your school days, a quick chat with Dave and Chad, and more in this birthday-snowpocalypse edition of Ruby5.
Notify Me the first Time you Mongify Goo.gl, use AJAX, or Admin Delayed Job. Or, you could just listen to this episode of Ruby5.
NoSQL with MySQL? In your Fistface! Autorefresh your HTML Truncation, Learning on the RailsBridge, keep it ClassyCAS, and some Windows love courtesy of the RailsInstaller!
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