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Ginny Hendry gives an overview of different refactoring techniques and what code smells they resolve.
Alexey Vasiliev describes how to speed up builds on Travis CI by caching gems on S3, running database migrations without loading Rails and splitting up builds into parallel processes.
New Relic released an infographic with some interesting data regarding the Ruby stack.
Chris Heald wrote a blog post on how to avoid a Rails session cookie vulnerability by simply using SSL and not relying on Rails' default cookie expiration period - which defaults to never expiring them.
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Better layouts with Nestive, a Ruby port of the Resty tool, more extensible exception handling with rescue_from, flexible bindings for IRB, compliance with Sandi's rules of Ruby, and Faye 1.0 all in this episode of the Ruby5!
Aimee and Gregg do Ruby5 together for the first time, covering Ruby 2.1, pairing with tmux, closures, gem config, executable web apps, a simple git branching model, and CI with sphero.
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