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If you're interested in learning Elixir, but don't know where to start, then ElixirSips.com is perfect for you. It's two short screencasts each week - between 5 and 15 minutes each. ElixirSips currently consists of over 7 hours of densely packed videos, and there are more every week.
Last Friday, CloudFlare set up a honeypot server and invited the world to steal their private SSL keys. The goal was to prove their disbelief that private SSL keys were vulnerable to the Heartbleed security breach. The result was that two different people were able to steal their private SSL keys before the end of the day. Those individuals proved it to CloudFlare by sending them back their private SSL keys in an email.
The Ruby Survey for 2014 was recently posted, and the objective of the survey is to track trends in the Ruby community. If you are curious about the result for previous years, they are available on the website as well.
Andrea Longhi put together an article on Rails 4.1 ActiveRecords enums. She shows the methods that are automatically created for us, and points out how if we try to make an enum which is a reserved word, ActiveRecord is smart enough to explode.
iStats is a Ruby gem that displays the temperature for your computer's CPU. The gem is a Ruby wrapper for a small C library that interacts with Apple's IOKit library.
Mike Ackerman’s wrote an article on Viget labs last Friday where he covers eight insanely useful ActiveAdmin customizations. Mike details how to add custom logic to your admin controllers, add query scoping to disallow some people from seeing All The Things, manipulate top-level menus, display images in upload forms, and more.
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The internet is heartbleeding plus exciting rails 4.1 features. With special guest Nathan Hessler.
On today's episode: Rails 4 PostgreSQL integration, tips for hiring great software engineers, Ruby Love, what your conference proposal is missing, crafting a conference talk, an introduction to JSON schemas, Build a Ruby Gem, and Surviving APIs with Rails
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!
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