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If you're looking for a top Ruby job or for top Ruby talent, then you should check out Top Ruby Jobs. Top Ruby Jobs is a website dedicated to the best jobs available in the Ruby community.
The RailsConf 2013 live stream videos are being split apart and reposted on the Confreaks Justin.tv channel. So, if you missed the conference, or want to rewatch that talk you liked so much, check it out.
If you missed the Ruby Heroes awards at RailsConf, you might not have heard that Code School released their entire set of ten videos from the new Rails 4 course for free, thanks to Viddler.
Iilya Zayats recently released Adequack, a gem which helps to ensure that your unit test mock interfaces stay up-to-date with your production code. It tests against an expected remote object interface and maintains that your method calls contain the proper number of arguments.
If you're looking to setup a new Rails 4 server from scratch, Rob McLarty put together a very detailed blog post covering setting up an OS, users, web server, app server, and more.
Last week, Nathan Long put his thoughts on a better way to do ActiveRecord Single Table Inheritance, or STI. In short, he believes that your STI (and supporting) tables should map very similarly to how you already likely do inheritance in your Ruby classes.
After a lengthy beta and elease candidate process, the good people at Phusion have released Passenger 4.0.1. This updates both the open source and enterprise version of the application server and adds support for multiple Ruby versions, Rack 1.5 and the new socket hijacking API, and more.
Josh McArthur recently created and released mail-logger, a gem which hooks into the mail gem's callbacks to automatically log out deliveries to a log file which is separate from your application log. This could be useful for auditing your application or just double-checking your mail host.
After roughly a year on hiatus, the Jekyll core team has released Jekyll version 1.0. This new release adds documentation, new subcommands like new, build, serve, and import, draft content, timezone support, and more.
News from RailsConf, Rails 4.0rc1, and our usual selection of interesting gems and articles from the Ruby Community.
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.
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