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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.
Ruby 2.0.0 RC1 is out, and RC2 and the full release aren’t far behind.
Dockyard brings us a gem that lets you offer website popup tips or instructions that can be dismissed by your users and remember using a cookie that they've been dismissed.
Engine Yard has recognized Luis Lavena, Nathan Harvey, Hiro Asari, and Elizabeth Marie Smith for innovation in our industry.
Travis build times getting you down? Michał Czyż shows you how to cut out huge chunks of time.
Mislav Marohnić gives a handy primer on how rubygems and rbenv handle executable commands that come packaged with gems.
Ciaran Archer’s created a beautiful command line hacker news reader. Also serves as a good code sample of how to create command line applications in Ruby.
Rails Panel is a Chrome extension that allows you to check your development log from inside Chrome’s Dev Tools.
Need input on scaling your Rails app? Richard Schneeman gives you everything you need to know in this video from the San Diego Ruby Group.
Better hstores with Surus, get browser details, Rails SQL injection vulnerability, pictures of capybaras, Ruby upgrade woes, marking all the benches, bye-bye queueing.
Concerns about DCI? Grab a teabag and Tries, and JWalk with Ruby on Android, it's the end of the world edition of Ruby5!
Netzke gets an update, Remarkable HTML5 form helpers, JRuby on Heroku, using Environment Variables, Ruby Symbols, and Smalltalk are all on this episode of Ruby5.
Refactor it! Better Rails partial caching, the latest and greatest Heroku Postgres, the background on services, way better errors, jquery remember state, and your ticket to Belgium.
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