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One of the improvements in rails 4 was increased access to PostgreSQL features such as HSTORE, Arrays, and UUIDS as primary keys. If you haven’t had a chance to dive into these features, Yousef Ourabi wrote up a great post walking you through how to use each of these.
The folks at Plataformatec just published a blog post this week about tips for hiring great software developers. Check out this fantastic blog post for more specifics and even a candidate profile template to help you structure your interview.
If you haven’t been reading the RubyLove.io blog, you may want to take a visit. There’s four great articles on writing better Ruby. From Applying Design Patterns to Ruby, to Refactoring code, to using an Ask, Don’t tell policy with Ruby.
Sarah Mei just published a blog post called What Your Conference Proposal Is Missing, which covers how to write a proposal, moving past the basics into some techniques you can use to boost your proposal to the top of the pile.
Once you’ve written your conference proposal (and been accepted!), you might be looking for advice on how to actually write your conference talk. Justin Searls just published a post called Crafting a Conference Talk, which details the process he uses when developing a new talk.
This week on the CodeMancers blog, Kashyap wrote up a great post on using the json-schema gem, which , as you might imagine allows you to easily validate incoming JSON to ensure it’s formatted correctly, and if not, provide good error feedback.
Brandon Hilkert let us know about an eBook he released last week called Build a Ruby Gem. It is 19 chapters, totaling 136 pages, and its content ranges from how to get started with open source projects to the nitty gritty of configuration patterns in a Ruby gem.
On today's episode, PDF generation options, some Ruby 2.1 garbage collection "discussion", CDN performance, an edge Rails treat, and a new book from Thoughtbot. Also, your intrepid hosts take their final bow.
Supersonic API stubbing with Mock5, visit tracking in your app with Ahoy, lexical analysis with lexeme, Rails 4.1.0 RC2, code ping pong with DHH, and 12 small ruby web frameworks all in this episode of the Ruby5!
Aimee and Carlos talk about Postgres & jsonb, Cucumber JVM, Rails remote factories, and deploying to OpenShift on today's episode of Ruby5.
Ruby Tricks, Prawn Release, How the Bundler API works
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