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Aaron Kromer announced the first release candidate of RSpec 3.0 and is asking people to upgrade and verify their test suites.
Active Job is a framework for declaring jobs and making them run on a variety of queueing backends. In just a few days, it has gone from a neat idea to a functional job abstraction on top of 8 Ruby Job queue libraries.
Devise-two-factor is a minimalist extension to Devise which offers support for two-factor authentication
If you are a gem developer or maintain a library you probably already use badges in your README to show that your tests are passing and your code isn't a horrible mess in need of refactoring.
Now you can also show that you documented your project properly.
Need to have VCR-like functionality for more than just http? Wait no more. This gem allows you to record arbitrary method invocations from arbitrary objects.
Last fall I volunteered at my kids school and taught over 200 kids the ‘hour of code curriculum’. I’m trying to get together a summer program for about 15 kids around 5th grade, giving them raspberry pis, support, and ideas on fun stuff to do. I’m using Ruby5 as a soapbox to find others doing similar things. If you’re interested in collaborating as teachers and doing something in your area, reach out on twitter (@bokmann)
Once upon a time there was a small but prosperous village...
Writes Avdi Grim, "Back in 2011 I was doing research for the talk that became Exceptional Ruby, and Jim Weirich was nice enough to let me pick his brain on the topic. I was reminded of this email today, and thought I’d share it."
Unexpected new Ruby, plenty of SMTP, Discovery Tests and their mocks, heroes building ROM, Windows longing for ExecJS, Napybaras, and dangerous :nodocs: this week on Ruby5.
A rich text editor that isn't awful, over one thousand free programming books, handle email subscriptions and track emails sent, super easy email unsubscribe, and a cheatsheet for OAuth exploits.
In this episode we talk about new Ruby releases for versions 2.1.2 and 2.0.0-p48, Jekyll 2.0, Ruby core team disputing a CVE report, How Batched Queries work in Rails and FiniteMachine.
Untangline spaghetti code, opening the Atom source, better presenters with DumbDelegator, managing your OS X setup with osxc, an intro to Rails view caching, and the Eldritch async DSL all in this episode of the Ruby5!
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