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You should be using NewRelic by now, but do you regularly check out their blog? They have a great series of tech tips for Ruby going on right now, celebrating RailsConf. The most recent one is “Debugging Stuck Ruby Processes – what to do before you kill -9”
There are 7 great articles in the series so far, and more to come!
If you just haven’t gotten around to checking out NewRelic yet, now’s the time. As always, your free account is waiting for you.
Rails 4 release candidate 1 is out! check it out and report any problems. If all goes well, we'll have a final release in 3-4 weeks!
As developers, we spend a lot of time optimizing. We optimize our code, our editor, our seatcushions, but in this blog entry, Earnie Miller talks about the most important optimization of all.
This summer RailsGirls are trying to bring more women into the Rails community. They are currently asking for project submissions.
An ideal project should be simple enough that a beginner could complete in three months or less. But they are hoping to make a valuable and significant contribution to a project.
Eric Oestrich has been collecting links from the happenings at RailsConf and publishing them on the SmartLogic Solutions blog. We'll feature the first day as the story link, and add the other days as comments on this story.
XRAY-RAILS is a new development tool that reveals your UI’s bones. it lets you visualize the higher level components of your UI including Controllers, templates, partials and even Backbone views.
It draws shiny red rectangles around the different sections of the page revealing which views or partials generated it. it already supports rails views, partials and backbone views
This was a fun story to record. I'm not even going to describe it here so you have to listen to it.
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Another Ruby5! This episode Avdi Mocks, Your notifications batched, Triggerino, RVM 2.0, Nunemaker in your app, Amanda blogs!
Heroku guides you into the future, Chris McCord syncs you up, Ruby controls the universe, and everybody's doing everything at Railsconf.
Profile your Ruby 2 apps with DTrace, better analytics with Keen, learn about gem development, actually verify your app health with pinglish, better steps for data processing with linepipe, and getting started with TDD all in this episode of Ruby5.
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.
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