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You should be using NewRelic by now, but you might not be checking out their blog regularly. They feature a constant stream of news relevant to the entire developer community, not just their customer base.
This week their blog features an article about the permutation testing they go on their Ruby Agent, testing it out against various Ruby versions, Rails versions, Sinatra versions, and other popular third-party gems. If you are looking into testing permutations, this is definitely worth a read!
And as always, NewRelic is still awesome and accounts are still free. go get one at newrelic.com
Ernie Miller's talk from RailsConf is up online. If you've been curious about the inner workings of ActiveRecord, here's your brain-food!
If you're using RubyMotion, you've probably run into the situation where a gem you'd really like to use just isn't includable in your project. MotionBundler solves that with a single line of code. Don't try to use gems with C extensions though...
Gem authors - how do you add configuration options to your gem? Yaml? a little dsl? a Hash exposed into the Global namespace? Well check out GemConfig for a nice reusable solution to this problem.
Vicente Mundim recently blogged about a new gem named backbone-nested-attributes. It provides your backbone models with 1-1 and 1-N relations support, as well as Rails-like nested attributes
Do horses prefer Nike, Adidas, or Rebok? Josh Kemp can tell you. He can also whip up a few domain models and a little bit of CSS into a custom rails app.
For months, Josh has been learning to become a developer and blogging about his journey, down the material he's working on and the hours he's spent doing it. (He's also the guy that inspired us to talk about RTanque a few months back). A lot of people have taken his journey, but few have done it with such visibility and passion.
He launched his resume site last week and gained a little retweet love from the likes of Corey Haines and Uncle Bob Martin - go watch him pound out a horseshoe - dude has a freakin forge in the back of his car?!?!
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This episode was co-produced and edited by audio guru Jamison Rabbe.
Easier rules for class structure, ProMotion for RubyMotion, JSON APIs in Rails 4, concurrency with Futuroscope, ActiveRecord help via Searchlight, and internationalization with haml-i18n-extractor.
Today's episode covers a major release for minitest, some JSON standards work, a tutorial on tagging with ActiveRecord and Postgres (plus an arduino to trigger the spray paint can), a RubyMotion tutorial and a little thing called CoVim that will blow your mind.
From multi to native json, JoyBox hits 1.0, ContextValidations and FormObjects, teaching kids at KidsCodeCamp, Plataformatec gems, tab navigation with Tabulous 2 and Git Real 2 online course.
Manage access via GitHub organizations, RubyMotion 2.0, Sidekiq Pro 1.0, deprecating `::`, under the hood of Ruby's method dispatch, and the reform gem all in this episode of Ruby5.
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