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X-Ray sessions provide deeper insight into your application’s key transactions. With X-Ray sessions, your key transactions will gather multiple transaction traces whether they’re slow or not. As an added bonus, because the Ruby agent supports thread profiling, the agent gathers profiles targeted at just the x-rayed transactions.
Brian Shirai has announced the Rubinius X project. He says Ruby is a dying language and It has potential but fundamental things about Ruby must change!
Ruby's death may be greatly exaggerated, but its an interesting project nonetheless. check it out.
Santiago Pastorino rewrote "Refine method", which implemented a solution that he found complicated. Now at load time, associations create objects that represent and hold needed options, instead of generating an anonymous class per association.
Nick Gauthier has written an article on how to Parallelize your Rails Tests with docker containers. He shows you how to create a docker file to start the containers and a Parallelization script to spread the tests between them
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We've all used Rails.env on occasion to do something different in production... but this blog post talks about ways to do it in style, while keeping you code clean and maintainable.
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Ruby refactorings, generate PDFs with Shrimp, speed up your Travis, infographic on the Ruby Stack and secure your Cookies.
Today only! Some feature testing tips, a tour through all things random with Ruby, Capistrano and Wicked get some updates, reactive_record, and your fairy godmother Ruby pays a visit to tell you all about Heroku support for Websockets.
One day, two rubies with Rubinius 2.0 and JRuby 1.7.5. MRI 2.1 vs Rubinius 2.0 benchmark, Virtus 1.0, Capistrano woes, and help Ruby on Sails.
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!
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