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have you ever wanted to pass multiple blocks to a ruby method? Perhaps one for success, one for failure, etc? MultiBlock is a dsl for wrapping multible blocks in one MultiBlock object.
Sponges is a ruby supervisor that forks processes and controls their execution, termination and forks a new process each time a process disappears from the processes pool.
Say what you will about coding conventions, if you're working on a large enough team, the variations in style introduce a source of entropy into your code that can be annoying like a rock in your shoe. If your team is willing to suck it up and cooperate, Robocop can help enforce standards.
A Vim plugin to help you run your rspecs, with a couple of nice features - like running the spec your cursor is currently on, and remembering the last one you ran so you can rerun it while editing another file.
kinda like include or extend, prepend is a way to add stuff to your inheritence chain... but prepend, new in Ruby 2.0, does it in a way that wasn't possible before, possibly avoiding the need to do some metaprogramming to accomplish the same effect. Garry Shutler give a good writeup in the blog article.
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We get a Big Ruby Tracking System, try to Cache the Hulk while sprinkling him with Gemsets, and cover some Useful Tricks in TheComments on this episode of Ruby5.
Today's red-hot episode wraps up with Flame Graphs but before you can learn about that, you must endure stories about PostgreSQL vulnerabilities, Rails insecurities (yawn), cache busting, backend frameworks for iOS, and a sweet new Vim plugin.
Signed forms, Single Table Inheritance, Sinatra assets and more, all on this episode of Ruby 5.
Create your indexes concurently with Rails 4, Exceptional joins the Rackspace family, Vagrant abandons rubygems, mobile is just another view into your app, Igata is open sourced, and a fancy teacup for your RubyMotion views all in this episode of Ruby5!
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