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If you're looking for a Ruby job or for top Ruby talent, then you should check out Top Ruby Jobs. Top Ruby Jobs is a website dedicated to the best jobs available in the Ruby community.
If you're wondering what's coming in Bundler 1.1, Pat Shaughnessy wrote an article a few weeks ago explaining why it's going to be faster, and this weekend he followed it up with an article on some of the new commands.
There's lots of Rails CMSes out there, and there's lots of people who need em. Railsyard CMS is another that is also worth a look. Theming is pretty simple, it has multilanguage support, some built in content editors, user roles, and the ability to add custom snippets using Rails Cells.
On Sunday Richard Huang wrote up an tutorial on the Rails Best Practices website giving a nice walkthrough of using Cells in a Rails application. Cells help you stick to the MVC pattern, while creating shared view components.
Myron Marston recently published a post which explains the recent changes to RSpec, specifically the deprecation warning and now error when calling a RSpec.configure block after an example group has been defined.
Gowalla recently published Likeable, a gem that makes it super simple to store "Likes" on any ActiveRecord object using a Redis database.
We've all done it, gone searching for a good regex to use for validating email addresses. A while ago Hery Ramihajamalala solved this issue with 3 lines of code, basically using the mail gem directly to parse the email. Real nifty solution, only issue we ran into... How to pronounce that name! Sorry Hery!
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:
Josh Clayton’s blog post, “Design Patterns in the Wild: Null Object” … Santiago Pastorino’s blog post, “Ruby 1.9.3 and ruby-debug” … Gemnasium, a gem version tracker … OmniAuth 1.0 … Russ Olsen’s Ruby Reading List … GitHub Enterprise
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!
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