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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.
On Black Friday the Rails team released Rails 4.2 RC1, and they are asking for help testing the release in Real World applications. There’s an upgrade guide posted with detailed instructions on how to migrate.
At some point you may want to build your own server, so you can control your entire environment, choose your own provider, and it scale up as you need to. Creston Jamison recently put together three videos that walk you through how to build your own Ubuntu server and use PostgreSQL, Nginx, and Unicorn to host your rails app.
If you’re developing or supporting a JSON API, Interpol gives you easily-definable API endpoints that support versioning on both the request and response, schema validation, documentation, and testing support. You still program your API, but Interpol gives you all kinds of supporting features and functionality.
If you ever develop an application that deals with sports data, I want to make sure you know about the sport.db tools and libraries published by Gerald Bauer. At this moment the gem pulls public domain datasets for football, american football, formula 1, and Ski team data.
Adam Niedzielski published an article on his take on services in Rails where he describes how to split your application into small, callable service objects, leaving your controls and models to focus on their responsibilities. In the article, he shows short examples and explanations on how and why service objects help to keep his Rails app clean and maintainable.
If you're just getting started with Rails, I found a great tutorial on sending emails in rails applications. The tutorial uses Rails 4.2 to create a basic mailer which uses a model, delivers the email from a controller, shows how to preview the email, configure an SMTP server, and add it to a delayed job.
On a very sad note, we regret to report that Ezra Zymuntowicz passed away last week. For anyone that may not know, Ezra was a founder of Engine Yard, CTO at Intridea, and most recently CTO at Stuffstr, and the author of Deploying Rails Applications from Pragmatic Programmers and creator of the Merb web framework. He was a glassblower who became a self-taught programmer and contributed greatly to the Ruby and Rails community. He will be sorely missed.
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This episode covers the future of Ruby 3.0, the flip flop operator, a gem to ferry your data away, speeding up your Capybara specs, and a new place to find Ruby meet up resources.
RubyConf 2014 wrap-up, accelerating your Rails app, RubyGems.org gets redesigned, Heroku wants you to try HTTP Git, and new versions of Rails were released
This episode covers Ruby 2.1.5, the templating libraries Scribble and Curly, a statically-typed Ruby called Rubysierung and Minitest-Reporters.
Tail call optimizations, keeping migrations healthy, how raptor is so much faster, the psychology of SAAS products, and Ru for your CLI all in this episode of the Ruby5!
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