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Al Scott on the Atomic Spin blog and Avdi Grimm on his Virtuous Code blog give us a matched set of posts on Ruby's Set and Array.
Ryan Wilcox on the Green River blog gives some pointers on using CoffeeScript in the asset pipeline. Les Hill on his own blog writes a walkthrough of a Backbone/Rails app written in CoffeeScript using the pointers Ryan describes.
The Chainsaw gem makes it easy for you view your log files by time ranges. Chop up your logs like Paul Bunyan, using friendly time expressions (the Chronic gem does the time parsing).
Steve Klabnik blogs about when to use Ruby's Struct and OStruct classes. He gives a few examples where these structs come in handy.
Stop making such a mess of your markup and CSS. Try Bourbon Neat from Thoughtbot for lightweight, responsive grid layouts.
Bundler 1.2 is out with lots of new features and bugfixes, including being able to specify a Ruby version in your Gemfile and local git repositories.
Track your website's speed over time with HARs, upgrade your Capybaras, new and improved resque, cleaning up your old files with maid, a tour of Basecamp Next with DHH, and learn how to author JRuby gems all on this episode of Ruby5.
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.
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