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NewRelic is really easy to use on cloud platforms and provides great metrics on your website's performance. So how does your server scale under increasing load? NewRelic can help you figure it out.
PS - It also works great with Rack apps!
There is a brand-new text align format in town: Centaur! A great new web service will align your text in the form of a centaur. Hot on the heels of the site were a gem that turns command line input into a centaur and an rspec formatter that outputs test results as your favorite hooved man-horse!
A new version of the Client Side Validations gem has been released, making it easy to create forms with inline validations.
After much anticipation, Mongoid 2 has made a final release. It represents a major upgrade to the library and has great support for Rails 3.
The 4th edition of Agile Web Development with Rails is out and is a complete refactoring of the previous addition.
Robonia has opened up .rb domains to the world, and RubyNation was gracious enough to reserve them for major companies, user groups, and individuals in the community.
DHH is not happy with test frameworks other than Test::Unit. I am as shocked as you are that he created a ton of controversy on Twitter about this.
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MiniTest, Lunchy, Ruby Method Finder, and using Backup with Heroku's pgbackup, as well as HTML5 multi-file upload, Rack::PageSpeed, and a Rails Testing Workshop for charity are on this episode of Ruby5.
MacRuby 0.10 released, walking through gem creation, the launch of puzzlenode, easy tabular data with tabulatr, shelltoad, and more in this edition, with your Sherpa hosts Kim and Dave.
Whois Code School, someone Resort the Blueprint, and tell the RankedModel to get out of the seamless_database_pool on this episode of Ruby5.
Today's Ruby5 assault begins with a generous helping of slop and a swamp rat battle. It rages on with talk of zombies and cucumbers, static site generation and natural language parsing. Finally we bring it all home with a new way to protect sensitive user data and some fresh-squeezed JRuby.
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