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Update your apps again there are new Rails security patches.
Statically compile your Ruby code to Java for some crazy performance improvements.
Embrace Ruby’s Lisp heritage and ditch YAML as a configuration default.
Add 'Never show me again' messaging to your app with ease.
There's a new presenter gem on the scene that is really clean and simple to use.
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Better hstores with Surus, get browser details, Rails SQL injection vulnerability, pictures of capybaras, Ruby upgrade woes, marking all the benches, bye-bye queueing.
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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.
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