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NewRelic came to a client's rescue this week, showing us a brutal irony... passenger+traffic was blowing out the server's memory, making it swap to disk, causing a site slowdown just as traffic was increasing. How does your server scale under increasing load? NewRelic can help you figure it out.
MacRuby 0.10 was released this week. You can now write apps in Xcode 4, submit them to the app store, and take over the world on that spankin new Macbook pro you have.
Kai Schlamp has a new blog series walking through the creation of a new voting gem for Rails3. In addition to a potentially awesome new gem, the walkthough of the creation is very educational.
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As a young boy growing up in Drusseltein, I dreamed of the day when I could have an army of virtual machines doing my bidding so I could TAKE OVER THE WORLD! I called it my VM Clusterinator. Thanks to this screencast by Tim Rozenblatt, it just might be possible.
Shelltoad is a command line tool that integrates details of hoptoad exceptions into your git commit workflow. Fix a defect, and in the commit, include all the rich history you get from opscode. Nice!
Peter Horn wrote in this week pointing us to tabulator. In short, it does for table creation what formtastic does for forms. A tight DSL that makes gorgeous looking forms with filtering, sorting, etc super-easy.
And a shoutout to my friend Ryan McGeary who wrote an excellent blog article on his bundler workflow. When I had a question this week about bundle install in production vs. rvm gemsets and passenger integration, his article resolved my consternation and improved my app deploy process. Thanks Ryan!
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