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Ruby is likely to be the first programming language to come out of Japan that will be recognized as an international standard. This means all the functionality of the language will be defined so anyone could use it to build their own Ruby interpreter and parser.
It's been a while since we've seen one of those "Server from Scratch" articles, so it's a good thing Ariejan de Vroom wrote up a tutorials which shows how to get up and running from a blank linux box to setting up unicorn and capistrano.
Zero downtime deployments isn't always zero downtime. You may need to migrate your database, which means you probably need a short maintenance window. In a follow up article Ariejan de Vroom shows how to use Capistrano's custom maintenance page.
If you've never programmed your own web server before and you're not too familiar with all those headers that get sent over in http requests, you may want to take a read through Chris White's recent article. He explains heaers, status codes, content type, and content length really well.
If your Rails 3.1 app needs to do video uploading and encoding Nick DeSteffen has a killer library stack for you. He shows how to use jQuery's Uploadify with CarrierWave and ZenCoder.
Inanc Gumus dropped us a line over the weekend to let us know about his article explaining his rational for ditching Cucumber over just using Capybara for integration testing.
Ruby5 is released Tuesday and Friday mornings. To stay informed about and active with this podcast, we encourage you to do one of the following:
Coding Style, iOS Frameworks directory, decorating your models with Draper, mastery of and and or, leaning ruby the hard way, and a new authentication framework called letmein in this episode of the Ruby5.
Get your DataMapper fix with a Global Day of Coderetreat, find a Puffer or a Hippo, get a Direct RailsInstaller, or learn the Secret to Rails on this episode of Ruby5.
Ryan Bates has been busy, Letter_Opener, Resque Mail Queue, Rails-footnotes, capistrano-colors, capistrano-exts, cumbustion, and rolling your own gem server on this Sherpa-led Ruby5 expedition.
Rails 3.1.0 has been released! ... Derick Bailey's blog post, "Don't Limit Your Backbone Apps To Backbone Constructs" ... Scott Chacon's blog post, "GitHub Flow" ... RubyGems 1.8.10 security patch ... ActiveConfiguration generic settings store ... Normalize.css ... Steve Richert's blog post, "Simultaneous Capybara Sessions in Cucumber".
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