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Support for Ruby 1.9.3 is has ended. It's highly recommended you upgrade to Ruby 2.0.0 or above.
Tim Roberston released a seven part series on Omniref that gives an annotation on each line of code a request will touch.
Melt is a gem which allows you to call a #melt method on any frozen object with C Ruby and JRuby.
Gordon Diggs, from Paperless Post, wrote about how he ran some benchmarks with benchmark-ips in order to determine whether or not the advice that Hash#merge! is twice as fast as Hash#merge is actually true.
Leigh Halliday, wrote a post giving a summary of what monkey-patching is and the dangers that it brings.
StopLight is a gem that implements the circuit breaker pattern and allows you to disable a block of code if it starts throwing too many exceptions.
muskmelons, privates, intersections, models and Predicting test failures
Pumas, backtraces, Ruby Hashes, surveys and queueing in this Friday's episode!
We chat_correct about Concurrency and Parallelism, fix Rails Validations and Passenger Turbocaching, throw some Emoji at a new Amazon SDK, and talk about TRUE Heroes on this episode of Ruby5.
An overview of concurrency and parallelism, notifying Google of your updated sitemap, setting up Ember.js in your Rails app, new methods in Ruby 2.2, and a great discussion of SRP all in this episode of the Ruby5 podcast!
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