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New Relic has a new UI and a few new cool features. Navigating your performance data is even easier, and new insight into your application is at your fingertips with new features like Key Transactions. You can identify which transactions are critical to your business, and build your own dashboards specific to those transactions, including performance data, topology maps, and service level agreement reports. You can even set notifications for Apdex scoring and other metric thresholds, so NewRelic reaches out when you want it to. Get it today by going to http://NewRelic.com
JRuby 1.7 is out with 1.9 bug fixes, 1.9 mode set as the default, new integrated versions of rake and rubygems, and support for the JDK's new InvokeDynamic bytecode... The future of the Ruby/Java ecosystem is bright!
Redis 2.6 is out too. This release has a number of memory and performance improvements, several new commands, and a bunch of fixes. It also adds millisecond precision to expiring keys, and adds support for lua scripting.
Git 1.8 is out. check the release notes - git push will nag you until you understand whats being changed moving forward.
There has been a feature freeze of Ruby 2.0. Does this mean a release is forthcoming?
Gitlab is an open source centralized git management command center, and the 3.0 release came out this week. If you ever wanted your own private island, this looks like a decent start...
What would you get if you took all the Rails Rumble project winners, dissected them, and laid them out on a table like some macabre Halloween autopsy display? You'd get this blog post from Dwellable. Lots of interesting info in this one.
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Learn how to speed up painfully long deploys with tricks involving git tags, monit, screen, and redbull. Lots and lots of redbull.
This seems to be the modern-day equivalent to missing children appearing on milk cartons... turn your websites error pages into socially responsible messages from humanitarian causes with the Proud Errors gem.
Yes, spellchecker, I DID mean to spell it that way. Sassquatch is a tool for testing your sass/scss. As more and more logic ends up in your asset pipeline, we need better ways to reach in and test it. This project looks awesome for that.
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We talk about the RubyGems downtime and its dependency API, Rails Rumble winners, versioning your Ruby objects, and take a skeptical look at Turbolinks.
Today's Ruby5 brings you joy in the form of six expertly crafted stories about a new Ruby patch release, some mobile development how-to's, tips on healthy Rails projects and better specs, how to share staging like a grown-up, and a tour of Rails 4 features.
We Naturally Express how Easy FAQs can be, create a Failover Pipeline to the 2012 Rails Rumble, and generally have a Backtastic time on this episode of Ruby5.
Beautify your table-building code with table_cloth, comb over your CSS, attend the Brewster OSS launch party, nestle in with nestling, meet the Weasel Diesel and its friend Sinatra, and please start using zsh in this episode of Ruby5!
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