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Nobuyoshi Nakada showed a beautifully simple way to start a web server within the present working directory by only using Ruby. ruby -run -e httpd . -p 5000
Damien Le Berrigaud of Pivotal Labs wrote up an interesting blog post this weekend about refraining from using mocks and stubs when testing controllers to foster object-oriented design.
George Mendoza let us know about verified_double, a contract based mocking library he’s been working on that integrates with rspec.
Andy Lindeman's fantastic talk from Ancient City Ruby on Building a mocking library has been released.
Francesco Rodríguez and Florent Guilleux teamed up to create ready4rails4.net where you can find out wether a gem is compatible with Rails 4 or not.
New Rubies! New Rails! New opportunities to brandish your cutlass with your Ruby friends before RubyConf! Take to the high seas and write a gem to combat seasickness. This ain't yo mama's Ruby5.
chruby, UNIXServer, pry-debugger, screencast nirvana, Pull Request Roulette, and Ruby core committers, all on this episode of Ruby5.
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.
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