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NewRelic recently released dPerf – A Distributed Low Impact CPU Profiler for iOS.
dPerf is a small on-device profiling framework. Metrics collected by the profiler are pushed to a Node.js service with JSON over REST and are stored in a MongoDB collection.
The Node service then provides a view that renders the profile data with Google Charts. And here’s the best part: New Relic is releasing dPerf as an open source project!
You should be using NewRelic by now... and as always, your free account is waiting for you at newrelic.com
There is a set of new Ruby patches available for the recently discovered hostname check bypassing vulnerability found in Ruby's SSL client.
From the README: "Hakiri is a command line interface (CLI) for the Hakiri platform. It allows Ruby on Rails developers to automate version scraping of servers, databases and other technologies used in their stacks. For each technology Hakiri shows CVE vulnerabilities."
From the README: "Rails I18n tasks to find missing / unused translations and more. Works with slim / coffee / haml etc."
Jeff Lindsay has released Dokku, a mini-Heroku powered by Docker written in less than 100 lines of Bash. Once it’s set up on a host, you can push Heroku-compatible applications to it via Git. They’ll build using Heroku buildpacks and then run in isolated containers.
Challenge the raw power of the sea with your awesome knowledge of Ruby meta programming. Join your fellow Rubyists for a cruise on a chartered sailboat off the Florida coast before this year's RubyConf.
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