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Find out what's going into the next major release of DataMapper.
Look like a l33t hacker and be super productive with tmux, tslime, and turbux.
This blog post from Tony Semana explains how to get RefineryCMS up and running with Rails 3.1.3 and Heroku.
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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.
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.
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
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
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