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New versions of chruby and ruby-install have been released. chruby "changes rubies" - switches which version of ruby gets invoked when you run a Ruby script. ruby-install is from the same maintainer - it installs new versions of Ruby, JRuby, Rubinius, or MagLev.
Jesse Storimer has released a detailed screencast where he shows how to use UNIXServer - the library that comes standard with Ruby - to write a simple Spork-like server for faster tests.
Josep Bach put out a blog post on using pry and pry-debugger to optimize your code.
Dave Aronson has launched a site called PullRequestRoulette.com. If you have an open-source contribution you’re like to get some careful attention, you can create the pull request and then share it to the site. There, another volunteer picks a request off the list and does a code review.
The web programming community is full of learning resources, and screencasts are one of our favorites. But how many series are out there that might be great, but haven’t gained the attention they deserve? Well, Avdi Grimm, Ruby expert and creator of the Ruby Tapas series, has set out to aggregate screencast series from around the web. He’s taking contributions and is open to any language or programming topic.
Pat Shaunessey has assembled a article with interviews of 16 core contributors to Ruby. You’ll find out more about what they did on the Ruby 2.0 project, and get some insight into personalities and hobbies.
Develop your fat-client JS apps with lineman, learn Elixir with PeepCode, Github's Repository Next, benchmarking ruby, motion-accessibility, and when projects disappear all in this episode of Ruby5!
It's Rails day as Heroku moves to Ruby 2.0, Rails 2.3's life is lingering, we build Awesome APIs, visit removing Views, cut back on Callbacks, expand our Environments, and tackle Changed Tests on this episode of Ruby5.
Rails 4.0 rc2, Understanding the GIL, Font Awesome Rails, String Inquirer, and gist dep are all featured in this RubyLoco powered Ruby5
RubyGems paranoia, unexpected chained scopes in Rails 4, Rubberband flamethrowers, Stripe with Rails, and efficient Git pairing.
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