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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!
VMWare has open-sourced CloudFoundry. And Ilya Grigorik gives us the run down.
Rails has added support for CoffeeScript and Sass in the 3.1 release.
Les Hill just wrote a step-by-step guide to getting resque_scheduler running on his blog, including auto-scaling your workers to save you some bucks.
John Ewart has released ruby-metrics. It offers counters, meters, gauges, and histograms all in a handy to use json format. With this gem, you can register instruments in your app and it will make them available through a simple http interface.
Robert Pitts released a new gem called "dirty" that will look at your git status and run any dirty cucumber features you have.
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Goliath gets Clever, Development on the Road tests your Sanity, Rubygems and Bundler get bumped, and nominations for the 2011 Ruby Hero Awards are now open on this episode of Ruby5.
Text-Align Centaur, updated Client Side Validations, major release of Mongoid, 4th Edition of Agile Web Development with Rails, Robonia Domains now available, Multi-File Uploads, DHH offended by rspec
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