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Episode #236

January 10rd, 2012

Diving under the covers of RSpec 2.8 with a quick look at Minitest, we KnockoutJS wearing our Pumas and run all the way to SpreeConf.



With Rubinius 2.0 in the works, we will soon have a version of Ruby (other then JRuby) which can make the best use of all your CPUs using threads. However, there wasn't a Ruby web server built to handle concurrency with threads efficiently so Konstantin Haase and Even Phoenix have been working on a new web server called Puma.

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Episode #235

Rails 3.2 rc2, Rack 1.4, Delayed Job 3, Scrollarama, A home study course on Geo Rails, middleman, and 3 bookmarklets to enhance your mad web development skillz.

Episode #234

In the first episode of 2012 we learn about a DOS in Ruby 1.8.7, Ember.js for Rails 3.1, Rails is still cool, Graylog2, Decorator implementations, and lastly we learn why Nate still wears yellow underwear like Hulk Hogan.js

Episode #233

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

Episode #232

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.

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