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High Voltage 1.2 is out, and you should upgrade immediately! Prior versions have a vulnerability that will let an attacker execute any arbitrary .erb file as if its a file on your server. <%
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Simpleform 2.1 is almost out - go check out the list of features and plan if its time to upgrade.
JSON? As a Result set from a SQL Database? That's just crazy talk! Awesome, awesome crazy talk.
Five newbie mistakes people make - 1) not properly placing stickers on their laptop. 2) not checking rubydramas.com frequently enough to find out the latest scandal. 3) not picking a side in the VI vs. EMACS debate. 4) thinking ruby brigades are organizations for militant jewelers 5) Complaining when their Ruby5 episode is 6 minutes long. Thats an extra minute for free, people!
Ever notice how the gems we reuse seem to be free of 'baggage' from the projects they might have originally been extracted from? This decoupling is one of the holy grails of software architecture and we rarely achieve it in projects where all the code lives together. In this article, Vincent Driessen talks about maintaining an attitude of 'open source development' to improve software architecture, even if you don't plan on actually open sourcing the end result.
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In this episode we blow your mind with xiki, learn about Class.new & protected, deploy with Mina, scale with pragmatic concurrency, and finally learn about open source voter registration.
The Amazing Set ... Asset Pipeline and CoffeeScript ... Chainsaw Gem ... Random Ruby Tricks: Struct.new ... Bourbon Neat ... Bundler 1.2
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.
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