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New Relic is the all-in-one web performance analytics product. It lets you manage and monitor web application performance, from the browser down to the line of code. With Real User Monitoring, New Relic users can see browser response times by geographical location of the user, or by browser type.
A new blog post from Ilya Grigorik entitled "Web Performance Power Tool: HTTP Archive (HAR)" shows you how you can get the most out of your performance tools.
Capybara 2.0 beta is available! Find out what's new and how to upgrade (if you can).
Resque gets a new maintainer, and now it has improved signal handling.
David Heinemeier Hansson (DHH) discusses the new "Basecamp Next" implementation, shows off code from their complete rewrite, and reveals their new advanced "Russian Doll" caching strategy.
Wondering how to make a JRuby-specific version of a gem? Look no further!
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In today's episode we cover api_matchers, D'anthes, dj_mon, how not to fear the class, and the new Ruby Bits course from Code School.
Episode #300! Woohoo! Bootstrap 2.1, SASS 3.2, a chrome plugin for working with SASS, the git-process gem, a great story on dealing with a long-running rails project, tharting wifi restrictions on public networks, and an informative article on DCI and Ruby 2.0 refinements make this edition a keeper.
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
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