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If you're looking for a top Ruby job or for top Ruby talent, then you should check out Top Ruby Jobs. Top Ruby Jobs is a website dedicated to the best jobs available in the Ruby community.
Rafe Rosen just released a new plugin for the recently-open-sourced Light Table IDE last week that adds full page, selection, or single line Ruby code execution. You can use this to quickly execute or demonstrate some code without leaving your Ruby files.
Last week, Karol Galanciak posted the first article in a series on Test Driven Rails. The series is intending to cover how, when, and what to test when developing a Rails application. This first part is mostly theoretical, and Part 2 will take the topics discussed and apply them to application development.
Code reviews are sometimes hard to do, and do consistently. Codebrag is a downloadable Ruby application that you can install and run on your own servers to watch your repositories and give you a simple interface for reviewing your code. Version 1 is free, and will be forever, so check it out.
DBeater is a yet-to-be-backed, crowdfunded project on Indiegogo which will become a Ruby gem that will allow you to migrate and version your database. It's backend agnostic, but uses XML instead of Ruby for it's definition files. We can't all be perfect, eh?
i18nema is a new I18n translation library which uses C underpinnings to ease some of the garbage collection / Ruby object generation pain in current I18n libraries. It should be faster and more memory efficient, albeit not something you likely want to talk too much about at work.
The Ruby core team announced late last week that support for Ruby 1.9 will be ending. Active development will cease in about a month, followed by a year of security fix support, and all support will end in February of 2015. Time to migrate to Ruby 2.1!
Another Ruby5! Analyze your githubs with AccessList and hammerspace enumerable into submission using Sneakers.
Test Driving a JSON API in Rails, Jubilee for Vert.x, Exception#cause, Hulse, Caching an API
Writing a Ruby compiler, the Omega universe simulator, RubyGems 2.2.0, debugging with HTTP clients, detecting similarities in images, and the Lotus web framework all in this episode of the Ruby5!
Today only! Some Rails 4.1 tidbits, dependency injection drama, a Rails engine for the Dashing framework, and some free tapas from Avdi.
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