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New Relic just keeps rolling out cool new features. This week they rolled out integration with HipChat - so notifications about your servers can appear right in your team chat room. Its like New Relic is a team member participating in the diagnosis and resolution of server problems!
With over 120 bug fixes and some new features, including submenus and affixed divs on the top of scroll panes, Bootstrap 2.1 is ready for prime-time.
SASS 3.2 has been out for a few days, and the Thougtbot blog has some cool examples of the new features.
Have you ever been looking at your CSS is your browser and wanted to jump to the corresponding SASS file in your editor? This plugin makes it so.
Do you like the idea of a common team git process, but think that git-flow is a little too heavyweight? Do you want to use a process that intelligently uses rebase to make feature development clearer? then you should check out Jim Moore's git-process gem.
Mike Pack wrote in to tell us about this excellent article - discussing the Refinements feature for Ruby 2.0, and showing how it might be used in an implementation of the DCI pattern, which all the cool kids are talking about these days.
You know what sucks? Sitting in a coffee shop browsing the web on your laptop, then trying to ssh into a server and watching as your connection times out. That public hotspot is blocking your non-http use of the intertubes! You can fix it, and this article shows you how to set up a freebie EC2 instance you can route your traffic through.
Mis-en-place, the art of keeping your workspace clean, is crucial in professional kitchens. It should be as crucial in your codebase. Far too often though, we end up with unused images, css code, and even partials. This article goes into tools and techniques for identifying and safely removing that cruft that accumulates as projects age.
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At the University of Reddit, we learn some Latinum, get Flashed by StackTracy, and avoid the Horde on this episode of Ruby5.
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.
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