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Hongli Lai from the Phusion team recently released Ruby Enterprise Edition 1.8.7-2012.02. In the article with the release he reminded us that REE is going to be reaching it's end of life.
Anthony Accomazzo posted a new article on the Engine Yard blog detailing how you can prepare your app for Rails 4 and Ruby 1.9. He walks through some of the syntax and behavioral differences between the 1.8 and 1.9 branches, and lets you know what to look out for to prepare your app.
Matt Aimonetti recently published an article on his "Merbist" blog where he took a deeper dive into ActiveRecord's object initialization process. He shows you why and where it might be perceived as slow.
Josep M. Bach recently released 0.1.1 of a Mutation library for Rubinius called Mutant. In case you're not aware, a Mutation Tester modifies your code and then runs your tests to ensure things fail.
Last week Atwam posted an article insisting that spell checking should be part of your view tests. If you have a lot of content in your views, and might be adding a bunch overtime, he shows how to use a gem called merimee which will give you some RSpec matchers to make this work.
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Gem authoring, Humongous mongodb server tools, celluloid and reel, a hot new specjour, custom rails consoles, and a headless poltergeist in this episode of Ruby5!
See, what we have here is an Enumerization of the Virtus wherein Pelusa, the Deploy Doorkeeper, gets Kronk. It's on Ruby5... and pudding pops.
We've been tuning some parameters on the ArildBot 2000 and it sounds almost human in this episode.
It's Valentine's Day and on this episode we Deliver Newman to the Lion, while the Little Guys go on a Anonymous donation Spree for Travis CI!
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