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On March 12th, Rails 4.2.1 rc4 and 4.1.10 rc4 were released, including changes to action mailer, action pack, action view, active model, active record and active support.
Justin Weiss, describes how ActiveModel callbacks can result in a race condition when retrieving a new record in an after_save callback method.
Jay Hanes writes about diving into time zones with rails and resolving some gotchas that many developers hit.
Contracts.ruby is an easy to use gem that allows you to make assertions about your methods and ensure they are used as defined.
Colin on dev has written a new post about using the papertrail gem for advanced ruby debugging.
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Rails + React + Flux, DHH 10+ Years with Rails, RubyGems plugin and Wierd Ruby
The Search Cop pats down All Your Bases, Performance Tips for Cache money, InfraRuby, and Passenger are all covered on this episode of Ruby5.
A new Ruby, friendly regexes, code loading, a new Passenger, and the GORUCO CFP.
Secure cookies, regexp examples, debugging, building views with Arbre, and the Madison Ruby CFP!
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