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Mad Mimi is an email service that lets you elegantly create, send, and track all of the emails that your business (or client!) needs. Over 17,000 businesses use Mad Mimi to handle email the simple way. With mad_mimi_mailer, Mad Mimi now gives Rails apps an out-of-the-box transactional email API that's even easier than doing it yourself. You can also follow MadMimi on twitter to see what she's up to.
ModPorter, an Apache module created by Pratik Naik and Michael Koziarski, allows you to more easily scale the number of simultaneous file uploads that your Rails application can handle at a single time. Ultimately, it is a combination of both an Apache module and an accompanying Rails plugin.
Khaled alHabache has put together a couple of posts which collect some really interesting questions and answers about Ruby which were originally posted over on StackOverflow. It's worth a look regardless of whether your a Ruby beginner or expert, as there's plenty of really well thought out questions and more technical answers.
José Valim talks with Gregg Pollack about a Rack middleware solution for handling your Rails application's user authentication. Devise allows you to easily share your authentication logic between multiple Rails applications and it's also built in such a way that you can easy include or exclude functionality to meet your specific needs.
A new training event is being held by David Black, Gregory Brown, and Jeremy McAnally in January 2010 in Tampa, Florida. Called, "The Compleat Rubyist," the aim of the event is to spend two days focusing on four major topics to both bring you up to speed on Ruby 1.9 and the new testing conventions, but also to make you a better Ruby programmer.
David Black's Ruby 1.9 screencasts, along with all of the other EnvyCasts are now available through Peepcode. So, if you've got some Peepcode credits burning a hole in your pocket, you should take a look at what's new in Ruby 1.9, Scaling Ruby, or even Advanced ActiveRecord.
Gem Bundler, Gemcutter Gem forking, and client side performance are covered in this Friday morning episode. Also, you'll get plenty of visuals and diagrams with the DevIL Image Library for Ruby, the yUML Command Line Gem, and RailRoad Graphs.
Refinery, Chef-Deploy, and CodeRack are covered in this Tuesday morning episode. Also, you'll hear about the GitHub transition from the inside and a little of What's New in Edge Rails.
MacRuby 0.5 beta 1 is released, ResourceLogic is discontinued, and Gemcutter is moving. Also in this Friday episode, learn about Xilence, tips for MacRuby, and nifty screencasts from Teach Me to Code.
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.
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