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Creston Jamison wrote a blog post about how to secure cookies in your rails application.
This project from Tom Lord adds an instance method to regex's called example that gives you a look at what they could match.
Blake Mesdag posted on the Shopify technology blog detailing various methods you can use to debug your ruby code.
Arbre is a gem extracted from ActiveAdmin that allows you to write HTML with Ruby.
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The fast-ruby project, updated middleman-presentation, installing Rails with railyard, ES6 in your Rails 4.2 projects, and caching Stripe data with Sucker Punch all in this episode of the Ruby5!
Ruby 1.9.3 is dead, the life of an HTTP request, Melt, Traveler, Benchmarking different methods of merging, monkey-patching, and Stoplight.
muskmelons, privates, intersections, models and Predicting test failures
Pumas, backtraces, Ruby Hashes, surveys and queueing in this Friday's episode!
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