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Richard Schneeman released the explain_shell gem this week that allows you to invoke http://explainshell.com from the command line.
A gem from Kurtis Rainbolt-Greene that gives a nice DSL for crafting regular expressions.
A quick explanation of Capybara 2's wait-and-retry find behavior by Trang Le.
In a very short post, Fred Wu shows how to tweak your GC settings in MRI.
Rconsole lets you log from your Rails app and see those messages in your browser console.
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We set the Collect the Garbage, setup the Environment, and lay down some Expressions about Onebox and Shortcodes on this episode of Ruby5.
Ruboto IRB on your android, the RailsCasts hiatus, living the polyglot lifestyle, RubyGems 2.1.1, tips on managing the Rails load path, using Yokozuna, and playing games on the ruby2600 all in this episode of Ruby5!
Kochiku runs your long test suites, Scaling Rails at Envato, Passenger on Heroku, Ruby Off Rails, PostgreSQL 9.3, Seeing Is Believing
wow, 400 episodes! Today we talk about a few gems like StringMaster, LocalJob, and Peddler, avoiding the wait for your Travis email, Outpost, and whats new with Jekyll in this RubyLoco-powered Ruby5.
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