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Want some help refactoring a bit of code? Want to hone your skills at refactoring? This new community is the place to go!
Postgres 9.2 is full of simplifications and new features that will make your life better.
Lots of partials slowing you down? The multi_fetch_fragments gem may be just the solution you need!
Need a quick way to make background services? The service gem from Ryan Scott Lewis has you covered!
Use the elegant and concise Ruby programming language with RubyMotion to write truly native iOS apps with less code while having more fun.
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This week we talk about a slew of new things coming in Rails 4, link_to_action and better_errors.
NewRelic Security Path, the kerfuffle over refinements, recurring payments with paypal, Chordy, cool mysql queries, world_db, the 12 gems of Christmas and more in this RubyLoco powered Ruby5.
Observe the Encrypted Sweepers while tracking events and touring MRI as we countdown to Rails 4.
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