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New Relic is Rails 3.1 ready, and if you have any New Relic questions, from simple 'how to' down to deep technical stuff, New Relic now has 'office hours' with their web app tuning gurus. A live weekly screen chat, you can show up with your own questions and get the help you need.
While we were at JRubyConf, we had a chance to talk to Nick Sieger about upcoming new stuff in JRuby.
We also ran into Wayne Seguin of RVM fame, and got to talk to him about BDSM, a framework for maintaining and sharing server side scripts while exposing them through a consistent command line interface (CLI).
Simply put, jsonify-rails is to json as builder is to xml. If you need something more powerful than the built-in to_json method, this is the something to look at.
At RailsConf this year, keynote speaker Chad Dickerson Now they have open-sourced Deployinator, the deployment tool they use to run that process.
ZSH is an awesome shell; if you're still using bash, you should give it a try. This community-based set of shell configuration stuff can help bootstrap zsh from feel like 'just another bash' to feeling like a tool that reads your mind when you hit the tab key.
Randall Thomas from EngineYard recently interviewed Ola Bini about 'how invoke-dynamic just might save dynamic languages on the jvm'. We got to ask him about that at JRubyConf.
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O! Pack your bags, a Slim Rack, the Rails 3.1 Hackfest has ended with a new RC, and JENX! It's another episode of Ruby5.
This week the release of ClojureScript seemed to overshadow the release of OSX Tiger (at least on my twitterstream). How do you test your cron logic? Patching ruby for fun and profit, a fair and balanced view on Redis, and making your ruby processes run forever... all that and more on today's Ruby5...
Rays shine down on Ruby and Rack updates, we Hack the aws-sdk, and occasionally we even Encode some Links on this episode of Ruby5.
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