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The Red Dirt Ruby Conference is Oklahoma's first Ruby conference, keynoted by Dave Thomas and Jim Weirich. It is a single track, two day event limited to 150 attendees. The call for proposals closes soon, so if you have something to speak about, maybe submit a proposal.
RubyGems.org is now the central gem repository for the Ruby community. It is replacing gems.rubyforge.org and gemcutter.org. Upgrade RubyGems to version 1.3.6 and it will become the default gem source automatically.
Messiah is a Rack application that wraps any CGI app, allowing you to write Ruby tests for any platform that supports CGI (such as PHP).
Divining Rod is a gem that allows you to write request matchers to key from in your responses. You can use it to provide specific responses to mobile devices or other requesters with limited capabilities.
Blog post by Ben Scofield comparing Rails generators between Rails 2 and Rails 3.
Easy story carding for Pivotal Tracker, without the web interface. Write your stories in vim and "slurp" them into Tracker.
Blog post by Antonio Cangiano comparing Rails hosting companies. Also covers application monitoring with New Relic RPM, and domain registrars.
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RailsConf 2010, JavaOne 2010, Google Buzz, Moonshine, RailsMetrics, charting tools, jquery animations, and tools for pair programmers round out the topics for this week's Ruby5.
XRefresh, Core Data with Rails, and the Harbor Framework are on this episode of Ruby5. Also, we touch on Ripple, HolyGrail, and monitoring Delayed Job with Bluepill.
In this episode, we take a look at some hot new techniques and libraries as well as noteworthy news from around the community. Also, you'll meet Stephen Caudill and Les Hill of Hashrocket.
Last week, the Rails 3 beta was released. In this episode, we talk a bit about some of the new features, executables, and support libraries you can expect to find in the new release.
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