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Happy Birthday NewRelic! New Relic is 5 years old, and to celebrate, they are giving you even more. Are you using their free account? Bam! You now have 24 hours of data at your fingertips instead of half an hour. Using their lite or standard account? You now have access to features that previously were only available to the pros. Take a look - you've got nothing to lose.
Rails4b1 is out! Check it out on Ruby 2.0-p0 for your free sample of Living In The Future.
Stuck on Rails 3.0.19? Putting of the pain of moving off of 2.3.11? Confused with the recent flurry of security releases? Steve Klabnik wrote a blog entry explaining exactly what the rails maintenance policy is, so even if you're a version laggard, you know what the potential security exposure is.
Here's the nightmare scenario - you have a rake task that runs every 5 minutes. You deploy, and all is good... but over the ensuing months, the process has to chunk through more and more data, and one day it takes more than 5 minutes to complete. A second process starts up before the first one finishes, and your world collapses into in-deterministic chaos! With the singleton_process gem, you can wrap your code in a couple lines and ensure the first process is done before the second one starts.
Gridhook is a Rails engine providing an endpoint for handling incoming SendGrid webhook events.
Aaron Blohowiak took a cheap usb foot pedal, wrote this little shim, and made it work as his vim mode-switcher! Take that emacs! Emacs users would need, like, 3 feet to do something that cool.
There are four big front-facing changes in 2.0—keyword arguments, refinements, lazy enumerables, and prependable modules. Here’s Ben Hosking's take on all four, using lots of code samples from his RubyConf AU talk.
Daniel Kehoe has published instructions for installing Rails4 on many different platform and ruby combinations. If you're that into gemsets though, you should take a look at "bundle install --path vendor/bundle"
Dave would like to give a shoutout to Nell Shamrell for her blog series on regular expressions in Ruby. He's mentoring a small group of developers right now, found the blog just in time to whet their appetites on that material.
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Ruby 2.0! 2.0!! Also, RubyInstaller has been updated to include Ruby 2.0!!! Refinements are in Ruby 2.0!!!! Artoo, RubyFriendsCamera, and Cached Counts Gem are not in Ruby 2.0 but they are in this episode of Ruby5!!!!!
Another Exciting! SQL Injection! Decoding Cookies! Typehead! Media Queries! Incoming! Git rebase considered awesome! Ruby5!
We get Concerned with the Discourse, get Secure some MoSQL, and bring Foreign Functions to Capistrano on this episode of Ruby5.
Haml 4.0, why Thunderbolt doesn't use Rails templates, easier Heroku deployments with Paratrooper, shell script testing, yaml exploits, auditing your bundle, and behind the scenes on the RobyMotion Basecamp app all in this episode of Ruby5!
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