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New Relic is the all-in-one web performance analytics product. It lets you manage and monitor web application performance, from the browser down to the line of code. With Real User Monitoring, New Relic users can see browser response times by geographical location of the user, or by browser type.
This series of blogs posts will learn you how to profile Ruby 2.0 apps with DTrace.
Ever wondered how gems are made? This post explains in detail!
You should be practicing TDD and this blog post will help you get started.
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Feel the Motion of the Summer, Linking your Lists to module_functions. When a Hobbit caches your method, that's when you Work with Ruby Threads to the rescue.
Bitcoin mania, amplify your pair programming, we replaced your normal web browser with decaf... lets see if they notice, multiblock, sponges, a visit to our studios from Robocop, dealing with your inheritance chain with prepend, and more with this #rubyloco-powered Ruby5. This script may or may not have involved the proper use of prescription pain medications.
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.
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