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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.
Michael Grosser recently released Vendorer, a Bundler-like application for documenting, updating, and maintaining your Ruby applications’ 3rd party resources. This would be for things like JS frameworks, plugins, or any other libraries that aren't gems.
Sachin Sagar Rai wrote up some good instructions on how to setup Jenkins-Continuous Integration on Ubuntu for your Rails apps. His directions even walk you through how to setup access to private Github repos and do Github callbacks to trigger builds when checkins occur.
Daniel Azuma has been writing lots of great articles about Geo-Rails, explaining out to do geospatial programming with Ruby and Rails applications using RGeo. It's not simple stuff. No, no it's not.
Dealing with user preferences on your web applications can be a pain (especially when there's lots of them). Dan Knox recently created the Cookie Tracker Gem which makes it really simple to store view preference in cookies, and easily have them available as instance variables in the controller & views.
The Presto web framework was recently created by Silviu Rusu, who set out to write a wrapper around Rack that adds as low overhead as possible. Silviu claims Presto only adds 25 to 30% overhead. So if Rakc performs at 6000 requests, Presto will perform at around 4000 requests.
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Untested code with Gary Bernhardt, gherkin with turnip, slanger, Rural User Groups, RubyConf videos, Forem, free Rails 3 book in Dutch, and colorful JSON output in the console.
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!
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