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With the release of the first Ruby 2.1 preview last week, Konstantin Haase wrote up a great overview of what’s new.
We do a lot of pair-programming here at Envy Labs, and recently one of our developers, Matthew Closson, wrote up a blog post about remote pairing and browser sharing with tmux.
This weekend I stumbled upon a great blog post by Ahsan Sharafuddin which has a thorough guide to Closures in Ruby: covering Blocks, Procs, and Lambdas.
If you’ve ever been interested in writing your own gem, Lindsey Bieda wrote up a great introduction to writing configuration generators.
Do you ever wish you could run a command line which runs a web application? Alexander Shvets shows you how to get it setup.
If you’ve ever collaborated on a project using git, you have probably run into some not-so-great workflows. Fortunately, Juan Batiz-Benet has written up a simple git branching model that’s pretty easy to follow.
You may have heard of Sphero. It’s that small spherical ball that you can control with your iPhone, and play games with it. Alexey Vasiliev wrote a script to show you how to check you build status and have your Sphero react accordingly.
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Well, better late than never! The podcast was recorded, but the lack of bandwidth at a campsite delayed the publication. Still, we have interesting news on a/b testing tools, encryption with Snowden, poking fun at Canada, and other news in this RubyLoco-powered Ruby5.
Ruby 2.1.0 preview1, Rails Console on the Browser, Splatting in Iterators, Unix Preprocessing, Cucumber and Global Rake Tasks all on today's Ruby5!
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.
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