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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.
Ruby 2.0 has been out for several months now and hopefully you've tried it. If you're wondering what's changed, Crowd Interactive has a Ruby 2.0 Under the Hood post on the Engine Yard Blog covering several new features and changes to MRI Ruby with the 2.0 release.
By default, the Rails ActionDispatch::Static middleware does not recognize or use the gzip-compressed assets generated during asset precompilation. This affects you if you're in an environment like Heroku where those static assets are served through the Rails stack, rather than from the web server directly. So, with Rack Zippy, serve those compressed assets and save your users time and money!
Last week, coinciding with _why Day, the Hybrid Group released version 1.0 of their Ruby robotics micro-framework called Artoo. It supports seven new devices including AR Drones, Pebble watches, and Roombas, features new generators, and more.
Back in June, Yi-Ting Cheng gave a talk at the Singapore RedDotRubyConf entitled, "Securing Your Rails Application, The Basics." It gives a good overview of things to look out for in your applications and features that Rails provides to mitigate those issues. The slides are up on GitHub.
Minuteman provides you a Redis-backed analytics engine for your Ruby applications. It supports bitwise operations and allows you to take events however you like. So, track and analyze front- and back-end events locally, with Minuteman.
Create your own identicons, lita the Ruby chatbot, writing common table expressions, the top 10 sites built on Rails, how to implement the observer pattern from scratch, and managing your environment config with figaro all in this episode of Ruby5!
Rails 4.1 feature call, Bundler local paths, multi-table full text search in Postgres, handy predicates, strong parameters by example, merged docs for Ruby 2.0 & Rails 4.0 and Rails API testing best practices.
What the duck is going on? A lot of C programming on on Ruby5? Having fun fiddling around and looking at the clouds.
Index attachments on Elasticsearch, Refinery 2.1 released, Conditionals Aren't Evil, Disable Postfix on OS X, validate with Mutations and take snapshots of your commit faces with LOLCOMMITS.
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