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Since it's episode #200, we're celebrating by giving all podcast listeners the Code School Rails Best Practices course for only $40. Use the link below to redeem this killer deal.
If you're looking to try a new Ruby web framework which treats views as first class citizens look no further then Pakyow. With Pakyow views are 100% HTML and use view binding to create dynamic views using a standard MVC pattern.
If you've never created your own Ruby gem before, be sure to bookmark Nithin Bekal's Writing Ruby Gems tutorials. So far he's covered Gem specifications, adding code to your gems, publishing to RubyGems.org, Setting up Test::Unit, and shortly he’ll be writing two more articles on Testing with RSpec and adding an executable.
Need simple authorization with lots of abilities (aka rules) perhaps take a look at the Six gem by Dmitriy Zaporozhets. It's short and sweet.
If you've never learned Scala, James Brechtel wrote up a Scala and Ruby Rosetta Stone where he shows some code snippets side by side and really highlighting the subtle differences between the languages.
Are Ruby developers too trusting when it comes to loading external libraries (gems) into our applications? Mal Curtis seems to think so, and he shows why you might want to be a little more careful about the external libraries they use, and what they do at Learnable to stay safe.
For more educational content this week, maybe check out Mat Schaffer's DevOpsCasts, where he currently has a screencast on Chef Solo, and Chef Server installation. Definitely worth a look if you want an introduction to using Chef.
In conjunction with WindyCityRails, Engine Yard and Obtiva are hosting a day long Introduction to Rails taught by Gregg Pollack. The tutorial is all day on September 16th in Chicago, IL. For more information and to sign up, follow the link below.
Command line text snippets with boom, target dead code with laser, blogging with Octopress, getting closer to Rails 3.1 final, SCM gem, and more on this episode of Ruby5.
Roll out the Redcarpet: JRuby has met Jenkins! But, before we Cramp up, we'll Perform some HAML Rendering and more on this episode of Ruby5.
will_paginate 3.0, GitHub Issues iPhone app, the "2011 Rubyist's guide to a Mac OS X development environment" blog post, ruby-debug with Pow, and "Stop Using Backbone As If It Were A Stateless Web Server" blog post
We SimpleCov Thin Datagrids, talk Sequel, bump Rubygems, build Admin interfaces, and mention a new Rails RC as well on this episode of Ruby5.
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