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Nick Quaranto started a thread over on the rubygems.org Google Group, highlighting the recent Privacy Policies and Code of Conduct posted by NPM (that’s Node’s package manager). And, overall, just putting a call out for help. Can you help him?
Coverband is a gem released at the end of last year by Dan Mayer who works at Living Social. It helps you generate “Production Ruby Code Coverage", and it's basically a middleware which you put on your production server to discover code which isn't being run that you can delete.
In the Unicorn mailing list, that’s the Rack HTTP server, maintainer Eric Wong didn't like the suggestion that Unicorn development be moved to GitHub.
Ismael Celis dropped me a line today about his API serialization library for Ruby called Oat. Oat uses serializer classes that kind of use the best of all the techniques for defining how JSON is serialized.
Matz put together his plans on the future of the Ruby GIL last week in 140 characters or less. Matz’s plan is to add actors, add a warning when developers use Threads directly, and then… finally… Remove the interpreter lock!
Keplar Agency is looking for a Rails developer in Amsterdam. Optoro is looking for a Ruby developer in Washington DC. SocialChorus is looking for a Chief Software Architect in San Francisco, CA. Smashing Boxes is looking for a Rails developer in Durham, NC or remote.
Learning to deploy with capistrano, memoization patterns, better APIs with mocaroni, middleman-presentation, and RubyConf 2014 all in this episode of the Ruby5!
In this episode we cover the new Rails 4.2 HTML sanitizer, speeding up tests with ActiveMocker, logging validation errors with validation_auditor, Understanding Timeouts in CRuby, parsing JSON API with Roar and RubyConf Portugal.
Rails Rumble, Debug Anything and Speeding up Rails
Get your mind in the Gutter, agree that Programming is Not Math, be a RubyCritic, master Vim Plugins for Ruby, review 3 Ways to Create Classes in Ruby, and take a trip to RailsPacific.
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