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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.
On December 28th, a denial of service vulnerability was discovered in Ruby version 1.8.7 patch level 352 and all prior versions. Although this isn't a very easy thing to do, it may be worthwhile to upgrade your Ruby instance if you're running on an older version.
Andrzej Krzywda reminds us all that Rails is cool in this article, countering all of the Object Oriented programming anti-rails sentiment. His article explains why Rails isn’t actually bad, how it could be better, how what we’re doing with it could be improved, and more.
Graylog2, incase you haven't heard of it, is an open source log management solution stores your logs in ElasticSearch, uses a Java server to accept and store messages, with a Rails web interface to parse through log messages. This sounds like a great solution if you need complex log parsing locally.
Thougthbot gave us a holiday gift this season, not by giving us Giant Robots, but by evaluating the different decorator patterns in Ruby. They walk you through a bunch of approaches available to you with Ruby to address the pattern, including inheritance, module inclusion, instance extension, delegators, and more.
Our own Les Hill created a ruby gem over the Christmas break called hogan_assets. It uses Twitter's recently released Mustache compiler hogan.js to do all the pre-compiling for you in the Rails asset stack.
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:
Rails 3.2 RC1 is out … RailsConf 2012 is in Austin … GitHub open sources Janky continuous integration … “Three Metaprogramming Best Practices” blog post … “Write Better Cukes With the Rel Attribute” blog post … “Three Tips to Improve the Performance of Your Test Suite” blog post
Presto! We go to Kathmandu to Track some elusive Spatial Data Formats with Cookies, head back to the States to meet Jenkins, and slowly stagger back while trying to pronounce Vendorer on this episode of Ruby5.
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.
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