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Keep your Ruby skills up to date! Planet Ruby has put together a great list of upcoming Ruby conferences around the globe.
Piotr Solnica published an article this weekend exploring the idea that Rails and ActiveSupport are doing a disservice to Ruby through their overuse of monkey patches.
A recent article by Nithin Bekal explains how you can implement gradual engagement on your website.
Apipie is a Rails API documentation-generating library that’s been around for several years. It allows you to describe your endpoints, parameters, success and error responses, versions, and even provide up-to-date request and response examples in your documentation.
Gregory Brown posted the 10 most read contributed articles on his Practicing Ruby blog.
On today's episode, we'll discuss Ruby dispatch strategies, collection rendering, algorithmic fun with Ruby hashes and more!
In this episode of the Ruby5, we discuss how to make your own rack server, the the default_proc method from Hash, pluck, and the top 10 Ruby on Rails books.
React.js and Rails, Ruby Patterns, a new XML/HTML parser, Ruby Object Mapper gets an upgrade, and ActiveSupport grows
The local-subdomain gem, FizzBuzz in Elixir, 10 killer tmux tips, the Secret Life of Your Database, and previewing Ember 2.0 on Canary all in this episode of the Ruby5!
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