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New Relic provides RPM which is a plugin for Rails that allows you to monitor and quickly diagnose problems with your Rails application in real time. Check them out at NewRelic.com.
MacRuby just hit a huge milestone with version 0.5, beta 1. Thanks to the switch to LLVM, existing MacRuby apps should run 3 to 4 times faster when compiled using MacRuby 0.5.
If you’re interested in MacRuby, check out Matt’s Aimonetti tutorials that he’s posted to the Merbist blog. Matt tells you how to play sounds, embed custom fonts, and more.
Ben Johnson (aka BinaryLogic) has announced he is discontinuing the ResourceLogic gem. In his blog post he discusses why he no longer feels that controller abstraction is a good thing for rails projects.
Gemcutter.org has just launched their redesign, which was provided by thoughtbot. They also announced they will be moving the site to rubygems.org soon.
Teach Me to Code is a relatively new site that features Ruby and Ruby on Rails screen casts from several community experts.
Remember, Ruby5 will be released Tuesday and Friday mornings, due to your feedback for consistent, morning releases. To stay informed about and active with this podcast, we encourage you to do one of the following:
This Tuesday we bring you some sound clips from Yehuda Katz, Sarah Mei, Jim Weirich, and Jon Larkowski straight from Aloha on Rails taking place today in Waikiki, Hawaii.
This week we talk about stylesheet abstraction, testing named scopes, and storing logs in a database. Also, the WindyCity Rails videos are out, a new version of Spree has been released, and FiveRuns is no more.
RailsConf 2010, the architecture of GitHub's move to Rackspace, Twitter's experience with Ruby Enterprise Edition, and Red Hat's Deltacloud API are covered in this Tuesday episode of Ruby5. Also covered is Validatious on Rails, MonkeySupport, and a reminder to upgrade your installation of nginx.
Github's move to Rackspace, a Gravatar plugin, and a wrapper for a new Twitter API are all covered in this Friday's episode. We also show you an open source alternative to GitHub, tips on creating Excel friendly CSVs, and how to speed up your Shoulda tests.
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