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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!
Bozhidar Batsov wrote a blog post with some examples of using procs and lambdas as the conditions for when branches. Its an option for expressive code that you might nt be using, so you should check it out!
Rocker-Box is a gem by Nick Esposito that lets you a/b test static pages.
Snowden is a gem published by cambridge healthcare for managing encrypted search indices. It can do fuzzy search on the encrypted indices and supports pluggable backends. they got the idea from the published paper “Fuzzy Keyword Search over Encrypted Data in Cloud Computing”
Don't blame us, we just report the news. If you know anyone from Canada, poke some fun at them with this little doozy.
A little bit of a soapbox rant on where to look for new ideas to continue to breathe new life into our community. Interesting, but the Clojure community should be on the short list he mentions!
Well, here's the reason the podcast was late. by the time we had this podcast edited, Chris and Dave were deep in the woods at Prince William National Forest Park. Squirrels in Treadmills just couldn't get us the bandwidth we needed to release the podcast. We had a blast though!
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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!
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