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David Genord II shows you how to host a high-volume Rails app for (almost) free.
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After 6+ years, David Chelimsky is handing RSpec over to new maintainers.
Charles Nutter discusses some of the nuances and concerns surrounding the new refinements feature.
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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.
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