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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.
At the last RuPy conference Yehuda Katz gave a talk about why Ruby isn't Python, countering arguments that he hears from the Python community about the Ruby Language. The video was recently posted.
Last friday Thoughtbot open sourced CopyCopter, a web application that allows you clients to edit the text on their webpages using an easy interface.
The future of Rack may include increasing it's complexity. James Tuker, the current maintainer, recently posted a Gist detailing his thoughts on Rack 2.0.
If you need to generate PDF documents for your Ruby/Rails app and you want to be able to generate them from an HTML webpage, you may want to check out wisepdf by Igor Alexandrow. wisepdf is a wrapper around the wkhtmltopdf shell utility.
Daniel Lobato Garcia created a nice writeup detailing how to get Rails to work seamlessly with Amazon's DynamoDB and S3 services. If you're looking for a database in the cloud, and want to use ActiveRecord, it's worth a look.
Looking for a mini-rspec, or maybe just a smaller one for some good code reading? Kyriacos Souroullas dropped us a line to let us know about Speciny, a tiny RSpec clone.
Just today at Code School you can now play through the first level of our newest course The Anatomy of Backbone.js. We also just released a Making of Backbone video which shows you what our production process is like here at Code School, and some of the technical challenges we ran into.
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Locally precompile assets, Enumerable::Lazy, rspec 2.0 RC, new ruby and rails doc site, decent exposure, DDD for Rails Devs, and a ruby wrapper for the ESPN API.
Compass 0.12 gets a speed boost as the Rocket Pants come out, we look at barebones models in Rails 4.0 with ActionPack, configuration with Constellation, faster docs contributions with docrails, and swift Ruby snippets sharing with RubyFiddle.
Closing out the github mass assignment issue, bundler 1.1, font-awesome, dust-assets, flexible searching with solr and sunspot, and a bunch o' news about writing api-only rails apps in this edition of Ruby5.
We start out this episode talking about the Github Rails drama from this weekend along with Yehuda's suggestion to fix the issue, MethodProfiler, Ariane, SimpleForm 2.0, and Versionist.
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