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Josh Clayton blogs about how he used the Null Object design pattern to refactor and simplify some conditional code in the Factory Girl gem.
Santiago Pastorino blogs about how to get ruby-debug working with Ruby 1.9.3, while we wait for an official ruby-debug release.
Steve Richert has released Gemnasium, a service to track the gems that matter to you.
OmniAuth has reached 1.0 and has some significant changes from v0.3.x, notably, the extraction of all the individual strategies as gems.
Literate? Terrific! We too! Put your eyes on this prize then: The definitive Ruby reading list, compiled by Russ Olsen, who himself has written some books on Ruby. (SPOILER: He recommends his own books. :)
GitHub heads for the stars with Github Enterprise: self-hosted Github for your super-paranoid "OMG I don't want my source code mixing with the source code of the proletariat in the cloud" company.
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Ruby 1.9.3 is the big story this week but we follow it up with an appraisal of config_fun and cucumber drama in Aruba, all while filming a Mockumentary and Spin-ing faster tests.
Manage your Heroku app over SMS, run a local git server with ghoul, building awesome command line apps in Ruby, controlling URLs with Domainatrix, faster rspec tests, no more bundle exec'ing, and the open source release of Hubot!
Show some tender love for prepared statements, transmuter, watchtower, rails is not your application, spinach, and Rails for Zombies 2!
Delegate Presenter, Factory Girl, 52 weeks of UX, Roy, Jasmine + rails, and a bunch of other great content on this edition of Ruby5, co-hosted by David Bock and tom Copeland.
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