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Passenger 4 beta, new Rails 4 features, some great Ruby learning resources and more!
A bunch of big project releases this week from JRuby, Redis, Git, and more. We also point you to a few useful gems like Sassquatch and Literate Randomizer, look at a teardown of the Rumble projects, and show you how your website can be a proud hipster on this edition of Ruby5.
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.
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