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If you're looking for a top Ruby job or for top Ruby talent, then you should check out Top Ruby Jobs. Top Ruby Jobs is a website dedicated to the best jobs available in the Ruby community.
The Ruby Research Initiative at Utrecht University in the Netherlands want your feedback. Head over to answer a five minute survey to help them understand your coding "cluster."
Airbrake notifier now provides an asynchronous way to report application exceptions to their service. However, it has to be opted into via a config.async=true setting.
Recently, Jeff Casimir of Jumpstart Labs hosted a Google Hangout where he discussed internationalization and localization and the tar pits that come with them.
ElasticSearch is a popular option for applications when they need some search heavy-lifting. And, last week, the team from Asquera put together an ElasticSearch Pre-Flight Checklist for you to go through when setting up and configuring your ElasticSearch cluster.
Nathan Long put out a blog post this weekend with some useful information on how to fix the randomness of srand for testing (or other nefarious purposes).
There's probably some usefulness to this character beyond playing pranks on other developers, but the Unicode Non Breaking Space can be used to create methods and class names with apparent spaces. This character acts like any other non-whitespace character, so methods like split won't catch it. Mess with your friends by reading Peter Cooper's Ruby Inside post on it.
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Crowd-funded door locks, cloud-hosted spreadsheets, fast key-value storage, faster tests, and lots of concurrency on this episode of Ruby5.
Despite Dave's raspy voice sounding like one of Marge Simpson's sisters, the show must go on! In the episode we cover speeding up your rails tests, a compilation of Rails 4 news, a way to win 1 million yen, request recorder, Chrome dev tools, and much much more.
Ruby 1.9.3 gets an update, Rails bumps to 3.2.9, and we Stack up the RubyConf 2012 videos for the Benefit of the Future You on this episode of Ruby5.
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