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Ruby5 is sponsored by Gaslight Software’s Mastering Backbone training course, taking place in San Francisco on December 3 through 5.
The 3-day intensive course will show you how to create Backbone.js applications using Jasmine for testing and CoffeeScript to write beautiful web applications.
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A month after the Ruby 1.9.3-p286 release, Ruby 1.9.3-p327 has been released. This update contains several bug fixes and a denial of service vulnerability patch. It would be good to update your 1.9.3 production environments as soon as you can.
Ruby on Rails 3.2.9 was released yesterday after three rounds of release candidates. This is largely a bug fix release and focuses heavily on ActionPack and ActiveRecord.
The video production team at Confreaks has been working overtime this weekend putting together and making available the Denver RubyConf 2012 conference videos. There’s a lot of great talks available, and it’s certainly worth your time to take a look.
JStack is a command-line tool that you can use to debug runaway threads in Java. This is particularly useful for JRuby developers. It can be used in production or development and lets you know exactly where your processes may be hung up.
John Pignata recently wrote up a great article highlighting some choices we can make as software developers to improve both our lives and the lives of the next developers who inherit our software. It's long, but provides a very good overview of thoughts and considerations that should go into how you code.
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Ruby 2.0.0-preview1is out and available on RVM, rbenv and Heroku, Rubinius 2.0-rc1, a new Ruby shootout is out, Sandy powers open source, and local environment variables are demystified.
All about mocks, the end of ActiveRecord::Model, exceptionally handsome dashboards, getting Neat with Bourbon and SASS, hacking through the hurricane, cache digests, putting your gems in box, and Rake 10.0 in this episode of Ruby5.
Passenger 4 beta, new Rails 4 features, some great Ruby learning resources and more!
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