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If you're looking for a Ruby job or for top Ruby talent, then you should check out Top Ruby Jobs. Top Ruby Jobs is a website dedicated to the best jobs available in the Ruby community.
Eventable is a garbage collector-friendly way to add an event model to your Ruby project, written by Mike Bethany. With it, you can publish and subscribe to events, load those events with data, and fire arbitrary events wherever you find the need.
Building on Eco, Ice - by Nate Kidwell - allows you to define CoffeeScript templates in your Rails application. Similar to Liquid, these templates have access to models and data which your provide to them, giving you a secure way to allow your users to build their own views in your application.
Jeff Kreeftmeijer recently released Codebrawl, a Ruby Quiz-like site which runs weekly contests. All you need is a GitHub account for both authentication (using OAuth) and contest submissions (via Gist). The first quiz is up and it's time for you to build a better RSpec formatter.
Joseph Bach wrote in to tell us about REXPL, an interactive bytecode console for Rubinius. It's main feature is stack introspection, which will show you what your programming stack looks like after each step of your instruction set.
If you find the need to manipulate relational data (CSV, database dumps, etc.) from the command line and always wished that you could do it with Relational Algebra, then Alf by Bernard Lambeau is for you. Or, maybe, you just want to have a peek at the longest README known to man.
There are several Ruby and Rails conferences occurring before the end of the year — from RuPy in Poland, to the jRubyConf in Washington DC, or Magma Rails in Manzanillo, Mexico. Not to mention RubyConf is back in New Orleans again this year. To learn about the Ruby and Rails conferences in your area, head over to RubyThere.com.
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ValidAttribute 1.0 released, Rails Initialization guide, Capybara 1.0 released, Automatic Login Links how-to, "What's Up With All These Changes in Rails?" post by Yehuda Katz, and Fabrication 1.0 released.
If only someone could Manage these Candidates. You know, give 'em the ole' TorqueBox right in the Kazoo. Knock 'em off their Fixtures. Give 'em the Works! That's my Opinio, anyway. It's Ruby5.
Rails 3.0.8 final, using atk_icons with SASS, some new chronic, community driven Rails scaffolds with ScaffoldHub, autosuggest-rb, forman and the new Heroku Celadon Cedar stack.
Gregg goes solo again with some live interviews from Euruko, discusses Ruby news from this weekend, and tries his hardest to pronounce everyone's names correctly. Please don't make fun of him because he has no idea how to pronounce "Marcin Bunsch" correctly!
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