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If you're looking for a top Ruby job or for top Ruby talent, then you should check out Top Ruby Jobs. Top Ruby Jobs is a website dedicated to the best jobs available in the Ruby community.
RSpec 3.1 has been released. Myron Marston wrote up another thorough blog post with the notable changes in this release.
Rack::Tracker is a Rack middleware that can be hooked up to multiple analytics services and exposes them in a unified fashion. It comes with built-in support for Google Analytics and Facebook, but you can also add your own.
Rashmi Yadav wrote about some smaller and lesser known features coming up in Rails 4.2.
Zach Campbell has released the final version of his "Fearless Rails Deployment" book, with everything you need to know about deploying Rails applications. The book is available for $39.99 with a money-back guarantee if you're not 100% satisfied.
the_metal is a project from Aaron "Tenderlove" Patterson which is a spike for thoughts about Rack 2.0. Some of its design goals are listed on the README. So if you care about Rack, you should probably look into the_metal.
RubyConf Portugal will be taking place October 13th and 14th in Braga. Speakers include Terrence Lee, Gautam Rege, Steve Klabnik, Katrina Owen and Erik MichaelsOber, just to name a few.
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In today's episode we cover the new Rails 4.2beta, JSON API Resources, Country Select 2.0, Harpoon, Poodr course learning, and Feature Focus all while riding in our Roles Royce.
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We talk about Rails 4.0.9 and 4.1.5, flatten records, introduce Http::Exceptions, manage configurations, and update Devise.
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