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This week David Celis at New Relic wrote about how his team uses business hours feature flags for new features in production.
Marcin Kulik recently sent a blog post entitled “Rails is half of your application”.. Where he explains that there are two parts of your application, the part that only works inside Rails and the part that is independent of Rails.
This week our very own Jacob Swanner wrote about how create “rule” tasks in rake.
If you’re not familiar with all the different ways that Ruby can be Polymorphic, you definitely should check out Britt Ballard’s post on the Thoughtbot blog.
Zack Siri wrote to us this week to let us know about a pattern in ruby he’s found helpful he even recorded a screencast and wrote up a blog about it. He’s calling it the Hash Selector Pattern.
Today, learn about the Circuit Breaker pattern from Martin Fowler, some Cucumber best practices, speedier specs, and the railroady gem.
Google's Summer of Code, Test-Driven Rails Part 2, putting the Can in CanCan, building your first Ruby gem, and a Ruby Heroes reminder.
Running your own CI with Drone and Docker, building web-based RubyMotion apps with Under OS, funding for the Hello Ruby book, rubygems.org operating costs, Rails 4 assets on Heroku, and turning your text on its head with flippit all in this episode of the Ruby5.
It's pattern-mania this week with: interactors, adapters and components-based architectures. Omniref allows us to take a step back to look at dependencies between popular Ruby libraries and we learn about RubyMotion gotchas for Rails developers.
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