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Alexey Vasiliev dropped us a line over the weekend about MongoDB Logger by CatWare. MongoDB Logger makes it easy to insert all your Rails log data into MongoDB, and it also gives you a web interface which use MapReduce to parse out useful information.
Kirk Haines wrote up an article about Events and EventMachine over on the EngineYard blog which explains events are, why might you care and how can EventMachine help.
Brakeman 1.0 was recently released, a vulnerability scanner for your Rails application which you run on your code and it scans for security issues.
Nick Sutterer recently wrote up a great article on the representer pattern, and introducing the Roar gem, a REST framework for ruby that focuses on object-oriented REST documents. It's an alternative method for specifying how your objects transform to JSON and XML.
There's a lot of Ruby libraries out there to help do backups to S3, some bigger then others. Recently Nicholas Brochu created Smooth S3 which only has four methods; Upload, Sync directory, timestamped_upload, and timestamped_sync. It uses some nice defaults.
Adam Keys wrote up an article about metaprogramming that goes over the various forms with some advice on each. You can shoot yourself in the foot with MetaProgramming, it’s not about how clever your solution is, it’s about what the next person to see the code whispers under their breath.
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