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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.
Tim Pope on his awesomely named blog, tbaggery, walks us through setting up a git post-checkout hook that will automatically run bundle if the changes you just introduced modified your Gemfile, Gemfile.lock or .gemspec.
Some recent security vulnerabilities in Rails caused pandemonium and ultimately led one Rails core contributor to admit "this whole framework is garbage. Please, go back to using Struts. I implore you." Luckily though, some folks just pitched in and plugged the holes, et voila, new Rails patch releases! Upgrade or risk exploitation.
The venerable will_paginate may have met its match! Kaminari soothes your pagination rash with a clean Rails 3 scope and engine-based ointment. Apply liberally.
Clients, jeesh, what a pain! Whiny, capricious, full of money to pay our bills, who needs 'em! Thoughtbot just gave you a great way to tell your clients to fold their copy changes up into all sharp corners and shove them up their... Copycopter! Let your client tweak the copy on their site to their heart's content.
It's not all greenfield apps out there people. Sometimes you have to integrate with a legacy database like SQL Server, which means dealing with the ODBC headache. But here's some aspirin courtesy of TinyTDS, a connection library that lets you sidestep ODBC.
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The JRuby book, rubygems 1.5, and Gem Testers, as well as Mongoid Geo, view testing abstraction, and Jekyll and Hyde are on this episode of Ruby5.
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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.
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