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You should be using New Relic by now, but don't forget to regularly check out their blog! We recently saw their infographic where they take stats from hundreds of thousands of iphone app users and torture the numbers to confess to some pretty interesting stuff. You should check it out!
Michael Grosser used to wait around wondering What Would Travis Do, but instead of waiting around sending snap chats, he built a Travis simulator.
Want a lightweight job queue? Check out Localjob by Simon Hørup Eskildsen. ITs a ruby c extension wrapper around the POSIX message queue.
Ken Collins wrote this awesome article showing some cool stuff you can do with Jekyll. Did you know it has an asset pipeline now too?
Peddler provides a light-weight wrapper around the Amazon Marketplace Web Service (MWS) APIs.
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Get your Rails 4 cheat on, let Avdi Grimm boost your confidence, spend less time on bundle install, learn some simple GIS tricks, and sing along about the nano framework that never sleeps.
We get Under the Hood with Rack Zippy and check out some Basic Security with Artoo, all in just a Minuteman on this episode of Ruby5.
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.
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