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If you're looking for a Ruby job or for top Ruby talent, then you should check out Top Ruby Jobs. Top Ruby Jobs is a website dedicated to the best jobs available in the Ruby community.
Grant Hutchins, Lee Edwards, and a few other of the Pivotal Labs team in NYC recently released pg_search, a Ruby gem that helps you use the built-in full-text search features of PostgresSQL, while using arel’s method chaining syntax.
In this article Nick Sutterer demonstrates how cluttered traditional Rails views can get when they’re responsible for their own caching, and reiterates the the purpose of cells. He also recommends testing not only your views, but your view caching.
Ruby’s define_method, method_missing, and instance_eval are just a few things we love about the Ruby language. If you haven’t used any of these methods, Trotter Cashion wrote up a great article which shows some really simple examples.
Jared Carroll put together an insightful post this weekend to remind us that mocking isn’t always bad, as long as you follow some simple rules of thumb. One example includes only mocking objects that you own.
Ryan McGeary wrote up an article last week detailing some Bundler and RVM best practices. He encourages developers to check in their .rvmrc file, and discourages the use of rvm gemsets. Instead developers should use "bundler install --path vendor" to install their gems locally. Interesting thought.
Chris Vincent released an article this weekend covering an introduction to analytics and implementing basic Funnel Tracking in a Rails application. He walks through a slew of code examples and shows exactly how he does it for his free game, Elite Command.
The Heroku document website is now the Heroku Developer Center. The revamped website there's a new facebook tutorial by Rafael Magaña which shows how easy it is to create a Facebook Application using Sinatra, hosted on Heroku.
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.
RubyGems 1.5.0, regulate CMS, govkit, a discussion list for ruby educators, awesome_print, and more in this aMAZEing collection of Ruby5 news compiled for your listening pleasure.
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.
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