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Dutch Ruby on Rails 3 book targeted at beginning programmers.
Investigating an API from the terminal? The colorful json gem makes the responses super easy to read!
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MongoDB Logger, EventMachine, BrakeMan, Representer pattern, Smooth s3, and why metaprogram when you can program. All discussed on today's Ruby5 podcast.
The 2011 Ruby Year in Review, RailsConf Videos, yslow from the command line, scaling mysql, HumaneJS, rein, GroupedScope, FireCSS, and your usual witty commentary on this episode of Ruby5
We heard you like files, so In this episode we Git to Automatically EXPLAIN DHH's JBuilder and Report what we've seen, as well as get some Early Access to Objects. It's Ruby5!
Today, Evan Light helps us name things and we look at an approach to custom configuration in Rails. Then we get voyeuristic and don our capes for a plucky adventure! Can you stand it?
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