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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.
Paul Engel recently released a gem called StackTracy (stack_tracy), which gives you a simple way to track and report your execution call stack and durations. It outputs as either HTML or CSV, so you can use those metrics however you like.
This weekend, Henrik Nyh wrote up an article titled, “The Rails flash isn’t just for messages.” It’s a good reminder that the Rails flash mechanism can be used for a far more than just sending your visitor messages.
Latinum is a gem written by Samuel Williams which can be most easily described as a simple, but powerful version of the money gem. It supports currency types, "bank" objects to manage currency formatting and exchange rates, currency conversion, and more.
Richard Schneeman has just launched a web-based Web Development with Ruby on Rails training site called the University of Reddit. It’s presented as a seven week course, with about 45 minutes of screencasts released each week.
Yesterday, Code School released an entirely updated version of Rails for Zombies. It sports a new UI, adding hints and points, and even carries some content updates. It's still free and worth a look if you're new to Ruby on Rails.
Goliath learns from Giant Robots to Delegate the Rails Survey by thinking out of the Rails Box
The real Rails 3.2.8 gets started with rails_apps_composer, we Lose and then Find how to do Ruby Bitwise operations, and then we light it all on fire on this episode of Ruby5.
Alias your way to improved shell productivity, keep track of your jQuery versions, learn about modules, open source textmate, and faster startups with zeus.
This episode marks the 3 year anniversary of Ruby5, thank you all for listening. Today we cover api_taster, overriding instance method with module, more Rails 4 live streaming, event tracking, checker gem, and legacy systems.
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