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Ruby 2.1.0 preview1 has been released, lots of cool new features. 2.1.0 final is scheduled for a Christmas release.
The Rails organization on github released rails console which lets you spin up a console from inside your browser.
Andrius Chamentauskas wrote a blog post explaining how Ruby actually splits arrays in iterators by allowing you to access multiple parameters passed to a block.
Mateusz Lenik wrote a blog post this week on how to use the UNIX C preprocessor as a replacement for Sprockets, when working with CoffeeScript outside of Rails.
Jon Frisby explains that the real value of cucumber is the ability to describe intention within your tests.
Jacob Swanner wrote a blog post explaining how to define global rake tasks, which you can call from anywhere within your system.
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Today only! Make your shell explain itself, tweaking (not twerking) your MRI GC settings, gsub with blocks, rconsole and something about pirates!
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
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