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Nithin Bekal wrote a blog post about Tail Call Optimization in Ruby.
Lawson Kurtz from Viget recently wrote a blog post about using double quoted or single quoted strings.
Ken Collins has recently announced that the ActiveRecord SQL Server adapter has reached prerelease status, and is ready to be used in Rails 4.2.
Codemancers recently released version 0.10.1 of their memory profiler, Rbkit.
The commander gem is built on optparse and highline, and gives you a nicer DSL to build out your command line apps with.
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The ember-cli-rails gem, spyke, debugging super methods, recalculating counter cache, and color detection with gauguin all in this episode of the Ruby5!
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