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If you've been paying attention, you know New Relic is awesome for application monitoring and virtually every Ruby5 host uses it... but did you know its not just about pretty pictures? You can get your performance data through the New Relic API? Imagine how you could create your own metrics by mixing NewRelic's data with data from your own rails app!
Go see what all the coffeescript and sass drama is about! Rails 3.1 beta 1 is available. The release candidate might be here as soon as next week, so now's the time to find and report issues (and fix them if you're so inclined).
RubyGems 1.8 is here. Are you curious whats up with the dramatic release schedule lately? this blog entry explains a lot.
Avdi Grimm's Exceptional Ruby book is out. This is based on the presentation by the same name he's done in several venues recently, and it can really up your mad ruby skillz. If it just me, or does Avdi look like a young Ted Nugent?
Have you ever wanted do search a bunch of text, but with a little more precision than "find all occurrences of 'tank', whether that be a gas tank or a fish tank? You need semantic search, and Picky can give that to you.
Sometimes rails developers seem to forget that the code they are writing is Ruby, with all the power and flexibility that comes with that. This blog article by Josh Nesbit shows how you can refactor common behaviors in your models into Ruby modules.
A release party for a state machine implementation? Why not? Plugin-a-week has finally released a 1.0 version of their State Machine gem. While there are several popular state machine implementations, this is the one Switzerland would put on a multi-function tool and give to military personnel.
Ever need a job backgrounder in Ruby that speaks AMQP to that big enterprise message queue? Cloudist is the answer.
Ever wish your development box was publicly accessible on the internet so you could show someone that cool ajaxy highlight effect you just implemented? With a publi server, nginx, a local instance of pow and a little reverse-proxy ssh-tunnel magic, you can do it. Paul Meserve shows you how.
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It was not such a good_friday after the cloud got it's butt kicked last Thursday, but we're still here to go over some asynchronous job options, a new interactive Ruby console, image diffs, and an interactive rails.js on this episode of Ruby5.
the iPhone puts a tag in your ear, a few SASS and Coffeescript references to get you excited, Cuba, faster_require, and Barney on this CodeSherpa-led Ruby5 expedition.
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